Archive for March 23rd, 2012

Automated Staffing Solution Available for Temporary Dental Jobs

Hiring of competent dental assistants, hygienists and front bureau staff to fill proxy dental jobs can forestall dear drops in income during dental offices. DentalSpots.com’s new programmed proxy dental staffing underline promises to assistance with that.

Frisco, Texas (PRWEB) Mar 23, 2012

Feridoon Amini, owner of DentalSpots.com, announces that his full-service dental jobs website offers a patent-pending programmed proxy dental staffing solution. The new underline allows dental practices to fast and simply locate and hit competent field for proxy dental hygienist jobs or

Article source: http://news.yahoo.com/automated-staffing-solution-available-temporary-dental-jobs-070024083.html

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Chesterfield man charged with practicing dentistry without license

A Chesterfield County man has been charged with practicing dentistry without a license in the second case of its type in the county in a little more than a year.

Juan C. Polanco Dominguez, 44, was arrested Wednesday on charges of practicing dentistry without a permit and violating the professions and occupation act. He faces a total of four felonies and five misdemeanors, police said.

Police said Dominguez operated an illegal dental office from his residence in the 4800 block of Caldwell Avenue.

In February 2011, Chesterfield police arrested Jose A. Hernandez, 54, an illegal immigrant from Mexico, on charges of practicing dentistry without a license and performing invasive dental procedures without a license.

Like Dominguez,, Hernandez operated his unlicensed dental practice on his family’s property in the 7900 block of Hull Street Road.

In October, Hernandez dodged a prison term that could have resulted in up to five years behind bars for each of the two felony counts he pleaded guilty. A judge fined him $5,000 instead.

According to court testimony, Hernandez held the educational and professional credentials to practice dentistry in Mexico but, apparently because of his uncertain immigration status, did not seek to become licensed in the U.S.

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