Archive, May 2016.

Responsible for ensuring patient health and safety, the Texas State Board of Dental Examiners (TSBDE) oversees the licensing and disciplinary action of all dentists practicing within the state of Texas. This power obligates them to investigate complaints and concerns over which they have jurisdiction, and it gives them the power to take disciplinary action that may include (but is not limited to) supervision or monitoring of a practice, or even dental license suspension, revocation, or denial.
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Responsible for the licensing status of pharmacists and pharmacies, the Texas Board of Pharmacy has the power to take disciplinary action against licensees for violations of the Texas Pharmacy Act and the Texas Drug Laws. These actions can include (but are not limited to) license revocation, temporary suspension, or denial or renewal. If you are facing possible disciplinary action from the Board, understand the process, and the rights that are afforded to you, by law.
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After graduating from dental school, the last thing you want to have to worry about is losing your license, or being denied renewal. Yet there are mistakes that dentists make—some of which are absent of neglect and made without knowledge or intent—that can, in fact, cost them their licenses. Therefore, it is critical that you know and understand these risks, and how you can best avoid them, so that you can effectively protect the status of your dental license.
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Dentists who practice in the state of Texas and are licensed by the Texas State Board of Dental Examiners (TSBDE) are bound by rules and regulations put into place by the Board. Those who fail to comply put themselves at risk for a complaint and, ultimately, an investigation from the TSBDE. However, even dentists who have not done anything wrong may experience a complaint or investigation. Regardless of the circumstances, it is critical that dentists understand the process and how to effectively navigate it to avoid further adverse actions or disciplinary measures.
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