As a hygienist, you play an important role in maintaining the oral hygiene of your patients. Often, hygienists spend more time interacting with patients than dentists themselves. You have invested in your career by going through a long licensing process. To become a licensed hygienist, you completed an accredited education program and a rigorous evaluation process. But a single complaint can destroy your livelihood, and all the hard work invested to build it.
A law firm you can trust; a law firm that will stand up to the Board for you
If you are facing a Board investigation, you need to take it very seriously from the start. There are strict deadlines, and how you respond to an allegation can make or break your career. Consulting with an experienced attorney as soon as possible is your best bet to protect your license – and your livelihood.