Part I. General Provisions. 4
18VAC60-20-10. Definitions. 4
18VAC60-20-15. Recordkeeping. 6
18VAC60-20-16. Address of record; posting of licenses or registrations. 6
18VAC60-20-17. Criteria for delegation of informal fact-finding proceedings to an agency subordinate. 7
18VAC60-20-18. Recovery of disciplinary costs. 7
Part II. Renewal and Fees. 8
18VAC60-20-20. Renewal and reinstatement. 8
18VAC60-20-30. Other fees. 9
18VAC60-20-40. Refunds. 11
18VAC60-20-50. Requirements for continuing education. 11
Part III. Entry Requirements. 13
18VAC60-20-60. Educational requirements for dentists and dental hygienists. 13
18VAC60-20-61. Educational requirements for dental assistants II. 14
18VAC60-20-70. Licensure examinations; registration certification. 15
18VAC60-20-71. Licensure by credentials for dentists. 16
18VAC60-20-72. Registration by endorsement as a dental assistant II. 16
18VAC60-20-80. Licensure by endorsement for dental hygienists. 17
18VAC60-20-90. Temporary permit, teacher's license, and faculty license. 19
18VAC60-20-91. Temporary licenses to persons enrolled in advanced dental education programs. 20
18VAC60-20-100. Other application requirements. 21
18VAC60-20-105. Inactive license or registration. 21
18VAC60-20-106. Voluntary practice. 22
Part IV. Anesthesia, Sedation and Analgesia. 23
18VAC60-20-107. General provisions. 23
18VAC60-20-108. Administration of minimal sedation (anxiolysis or inhalation analgesia). 25
18VAC60-20-110. Requirements for the administration of deep sedation/general anesthesia. 26
18VAC60-20-120. Requirements for administration of conscious/moderate sedation. 29
18VAC60-20-130. (Repealed.) 34
18VAC60-20-135. Personnel assisting in sedation or anesthesia. 34
18VAC60-20-140. (Repealed.) 34
Part V. Unprofessional Conduct. 34
18VAC60-20-150 to 18VAC60-20-160. [Repealed] 34
18VAC60-20-170. Acts constituting unprofessional conduct. 34
18VAC60-20-180. Advertising. 35
Part VI. Direction and Delegation of Duties. 36
18VAC60-20-190. Nondelegable duties; dentists. 36
18VAC60-20-195. Radiation certification. 37
18VAC60-20-200. Utilization of dental hygienists and dental assistants II. 37
18VAC60-20-210. Requirements for direction and general supervision. 37
18VAC60-20-220. Dental hygienists. 38
18VAC60-20-230. Delegation to dental assistants. 39
18VAC60-20-240. What does not constitute practice. 39
Part VII. Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons. 39
18VAC60-20-250. Registration of oral and maxillofacial surgeons. 39
18VAC60-20-260. Profile of information for oral and maxillofacial surgeons. 40
18VAC60-20-270. Reporting of malpractice paid claims and disciplinary notices and orders. 41
18VAC60-20-280. Noncompliance or falsification of profile. 41
18VAC60-20-290. Certification to perform cosmetic procedures; applicability. 41
18VAC60-20-300. Certification not required. 42
18VAC60-20-310. Credentials required for certification. 42
18VAC60-20-320. Renewal of certification. 43
18VAC60-20-330. Quality assurance review for procedures performed by certificate holders. 44
18VAC60-20-331. Complaints against certificate holders for cosmetic procedures. 44
Part VIII. Mobile Dental Clinics and Portable Dental Operations. 44
18VAC60-20-332. Registration of a mobile dental clinic or portable dental operation. 44
18VAC60-20-342. Requirements for a mobile dental clinic or portable dental operation. 45
18VAC60-20-352. Exemptions from requirement for registration. 46
1. Patient's name and date of treatment;
2. Updated health history;
4. List of drugs prescribed, administered, dispensed and the quantity;
6. Patient financial records;
7. Name of the dentist and the dental hygienist or the dental assistant II providing service; and
8. Laboratory work orders which meet the requirements of §54.1-2719 of the Code of Virginia.
B. Posting of license or registration. A copy of the registration of a dental assistant II shall either be posted in an operatory in which the person is providing services to the public or in the patient reception area where it is clearly visible to patients and accessible for reading.
1. In any disciplinary case in which there is a finding of a violation against a licensee or registrant, the board may assess the hourly costs relating to investigation of the case by the Enforcement Division of the Department of Health Professions and, if applicable, the costs for hiring an expert witness and reports generated by such witness.
2. The imposition of recovery costs relating to an investigation shall be included in the order from an informal or formal proceeding or as part of a consent order agreed to by the parties. The schedule for payment of investigative costs imposed shall be set forth in the order.
B. Assessment of cost for monitoring a licensee or registrant.
1. In any disciplinary case in which there is a finding of a violation against a licensee or registrant and in which terms and conditions have been imposed, the costs for monitoring of a licensee or registrant may be charged and shall be calculated based on the specific terms and conditions and the length of time the licensee or registrant is to be monitored.
2. The imposition of recovery costs relating to monitoring for compliance shall be included in the board order from an informal or formal proceeding or as part of a consent order agreed to by the parties. The schedule for payment of monitoring costs imposed shall be set forth in the order.
3. At the end of each fiscal year, the board shall calculate the average costs for monitoring of certain terms and conditions, such as acquisition of continuing education, and shall set forth those costs in a guidance document to be used in the imposition of recovery costs.
C. Total of assessment. In accordance with § 54.1-2708.2 of the Code of Virginia, the total of recovery costs for investigating and monitoring a licensee or registrant shall not exceed $5,000, but shall not include the fee for inspection of dental offices and returned checks as set forth in 18VAC60-20-30 or collection costs incurred for delinquent fines and fees.