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A dental practitioner has been disqualified for two years and six months and ordered to pay the Dental Board of Australia’s (the Board) costs fixed at $90,000 after a tribunal found him guilty of professional misconduct and unprofessional conduct.
The Western Australian State Administrative Tribunal (the tribunal) has reprimanded Miss Natasha Abel and suspended her dental registration for professional misconduct.
Individual annual report summaries for each state and territory, offering insights into how the National Registration and Accreditation Scheme is operating across Australia, have now been published.