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Proposed Changes to Board Rules:
Licensing Specialist Email:
Beginning January 1, 2023, please use the email email@example.com.
Beginning October 1, 2022, licensees will be required to obtain his/her continuing education hours per Alabama Administrative Code r. 270-X-4 .04.
For the renewal September 1, 2023, all licensees must be registered and using their CE Broker account to document Continuing Education.
February Board meeting will be held February 10, 2023 beginning at 8:30 a.m.
The Board has determined all Alabama dental professionals shall follow CDC recommendations regarding COVID-related restrictions, as required by Alabama Administrative Code, r.270-X-2 .15. This determination supersedes all previous recommendations by the Board. (See November 4, 2022 Board minutes)
Also, please check the FAQ page for other information. https://www.dentalboard.org/faqs/
The Board opines that a dentist complies with Alabama Administrative Code r. 270-x-2-.20 when the dentist notifies the Board of an adverse occurrence within 7 days of learning of the occurrence and submits to the Board within 30 days of learning of the occurrence a report that meets the requirements of Alabama Administrative Code Rule 270-x-2.20(2). (See March 2019 minutes)
The Board opines that, for the purposes of Alabama Administrative Code r. 270-X-2 .20, “hospital admission” means any care provided by a hospital, whether inpatient or outpatient, to include any medical transport to a hospital by fire or EMS services. (See September 2022 minutes)
NOTE: Adverse occurrences must be associated with the dental treatment of a patient to include, but not limited to anesthesia or sedation. (Code of Alabama (1975) §34-9-65; Alabama Administrative Code r. 270-X-2- .20)