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Clearwater: The Florida Department of Health emitted a temporary restriction order on a local dentist after reports of repeated DUIs and alleged drug abuse. According to official findings, the dentist not only drives drunk, but may have also been drilling into his patients teeth while under the influences of downers, as well as other drugs such as speed and pot. The Florida Department of Health states that the dental practitioner has displayed a lack of negligence when dealing with his patients rights to proper medical care and treatment through his unwillingness to abide by state laws and overall concern for the well-being of those sitting in his dentist chair. Concern for the dentist’s interaction with patients began after a series of DUI arrests and toxicology screenings that revealed excessive drinking stints, while hair analysis results showed the use of more serious drugs such as amphetamines, sedatives, and marijuana, all of which are totally unacceptable by the Department of Health. The dentist will remain ineligible to practice dentistry until a health review board determines if he is mentally and physically fit to apply patients with anesthesia or go anywhere near his shaky drill. Patients that have sat in the dentist’s chair, or any dentists that has shown signs of intoxication, can be liable for Dental Malpractice, which entials improper and negligent dental work, improper diagnoses, or misconduct which leads to personal injury or loss.
If you, a family member, or loved one has fallen victim to Medical Malpractice and suffered Personal Injury because of negligent health care professionals, the Perazzo Law Firm encourages you to contact us Online or Call (786) LAWS-411 for you Free initial consultation to discuss your legal rights to Medical Malpractice insurance claims.