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December 18, 2018 News News

Georgia Dental Employee Stole $84,000 From Customers

by Chris Jose, WSBTV.com

An account manager for a Georgia dental corporation is accused of abusing her power and stealing more than $84,000 from customers. The scam allegedly went on for five years and involved dozens of victims. Essence Boatwright, 40, was an account manager for

November 20, 2018 News News

Middle Tennessee Dentist With Four Practices Charged With Healthcare Fraud Scheme

by Adrian Mojica, FOX17 Nashville

A Middle Tennessee dentist and his employee are facing federal fraud charges for running an alleged scheme to defraud healthcare benefit programs. 51-year-old Richard N. Schott owns and operates Dental Excellence, a practice with three Murfreesboro locations and one Lebanon.

November 13, 2018 News News

Internal Emails Raise Questions About Dental Board Investigations

by Dave Biscobing, Shawn Martin, ABC15

After receiving repeated warnings about a dentist’s falsified anesthesia credentials, Arizona Dental Board officials intentionally looked the other way, silenced staff, and even helped the dentist continue to practice, according to internal emails and documents obtained by ABC15. The board’s

October 26, 2018 News News

Fake Sydney Dentist Convicted for Performing Invasive Dental Work

by Sarah Muller, The Sydney Morning Herald

A man who performed significant dental work on dozens of patients in western Sydney while falsely claiming to be a dentist since late last year has been convicted and will have to pay more than $60,000. Majid Rahebi was convicted

October 1, 2018 News News

New Jersey Man Performed Dental Work Without License or Training

by Brendan Rand, ABC News

A New Jersey man and his wife have been arrested after prosecutors said the husband illegally acted as a dentist at the practice his wife owns. Oscar Guevara, an x-ray technician, had “unlawfully performed dental procedures” at Allure Dental in

September 24, 2018 News News

Toothbrush Subscription Firm Apologises Over ‘Spit or Swallow’ Advert

by Richard Adams, The Guardian

A toothbrush subscription company has apologised after attracting heavy criticism for a “foul” marketing campaign aimed at first-year students arriving at universities across the UK. Brushbox admitted that the inclusion of a beer mat with a suggestive image of a