Call the Dental Board of California at (916) 263-2300 or (877) 729-7789 and ask for the Complaint Unit.
It is helpful if you have your case number and the dentist’s name available.
Fax a follow-up request to the Complaint Unit of the Dental Board of California at (916) 263-0873.
Can you sue dentist?
Dentists can sometimes put forth successful dental malpractice defenses in a lawsuit. It may be difficult to sue a dentist for the following injuries: Although pain is experienced, it is usually not enough of an injury to sue for. This is because the injury can usually be easily corrected.
How do I check a dentist credentials?
Checking Out Your Dentist
Certain procedures might require a specialist, which your current dentist can recommend. To check if a dentist has a currently valid license, search the Department of Education database at http://www.op.nysed.gov/opsearches.htm#rx , or call (518) 474-3817.
Can a dentist refuse a patient?
While dentists, in serving the public, may exercise reasonable discretion in selecting patients for their practices, dentists shall not refuse to accept patients into their practice or deny dental service to patients because of the patient’s race, creed, color, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national
What is a dental grievance?
The provider grievance (also referred to as a dispute) is a tool that many dentists fail to utilize due to the time or effort required to do so. Yes, writing a dispute or filing a grievance does involve some time, how much or how little is contingent on the circumstance.