Current through Register Vol. XXXIX, No. 11, March 18, 2022
A permit holder is required to operate a permitted mobile dental facility or
portable dental unit in compliance with all state laws and regulations.
Further, all permit holders shall:
the Board in writing with 30 days of a change of address, whether a physical or
display all dental and dental hygienists licenses and/or current renewal
certificates, mobile dental facility permit, portable dental unit permit, or
in full compliance with all record-keeping requirements contained in these
rules, all dental records and official records at the official address of
record for the facility or unit;
(d) Notify the Board in writing of a change
in personnel listed as required by this rule within 30 days of any such change;
Before utilizing a mobile
dental facility or portable dental unit to provide treatment to a patient,
(1) Access to a properly
functioning sterilization system;
(2) Ready access to an adequate supply of
potable water; and
(3) Ready access
to toilet facilities.
6.2. All written or printed materials
available from or issued by the mobile dental facility or portable dental unit
must contain the official address and phone number of record for the facility
6.3. A mobile dental
facility or portable dental unit may operate only when all requirements
described in these rules are being met.
6.4. All permits to operate a mobile dental
facility or portable dental unit shall expire September 1 each year, or on the
date when the permit holder is no longer associated with the facility or unit,
whichever occurs first.
cessation of operations by the mobile dental facility or portable dental unit,
the permit holder shall notify the Board of the final disposition of patients
records and charts.
6.6. A permit
to operate a mobile dental facility or portable dental unit is not
6.7. The Board may
inspect a mobile dental facility or portable dental unit prior to issuance of a
permit or anytime the Board deems necessary for protection of the
6.8. The Board may suspend
or revoke a permit if upon investigation and after opportunity for a hearing, a
determination is made of non-compliance with State, Federal laws, the Dental
Practice Act or the rules of the Board.