Oklahoma: Dental clinic inspections n...

Oklahoma: Dental clinic inspections not necessary

There are 2 comments on the ChannelOne story from Mar 29, 2013, titled Oklahoma: Dental clinic inspections not necessary. In it, ChannelOne reports that:

The Oklahoma agency that accused a Tulsa oral surgeon of unsanitary practices, putting thousands of people at risk for hepatitis and HIV, says it's never needed to inspect medical offices regularly.

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Anonymous

Malolos, Philippines

#1 Mar 30, 2013
I think there should be a regulation when it comes to inspection to ensure safety of the public.
Maria RN

Broken Arrow, OK

#2 Mar 30, 2013
This is sad and scary. Hospital, dialysis centers being inspected every year but not Dental clinic!? This is not right! Dental Clinics are exposed to blood and body fluids same in hospital settings and dialysis centers and they can get away from inspections. That's putting the public at risk! How do you know if this clinics comply if there is no surprise inspection.

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