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10.44.35.00.htm 10.44.35.00. Title 10 MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH Subtitle 44 BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINERS Chapter 35 Limited Dental Drug Dispensing Permits Authority: Health Occupations Article, §4-207(b) Annotated Code of Maryland
10.44.35.01.htm 10.44.35.01. 01 Scope.. A. This chapter covers the issuance by the State Board of Dental Examiners of a limited dental drug dispensing permit for dentists who wish to dispense only prescription strength:1) Home fluoride products;. 2) Dentin/enamel remineralizing products; or. 3) Antimicrobial rinses.. B. This chapter does not apply to a dentist who dispenses prescription drugs in the course of treating a patient at a:1) Medical facility or clinic that is operated on a nonprofit basis;.
10.44.35.02.htm 10.44.35.02. 02 Definitions.. A. In this chapter the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) “Administer” means the direct introduction of a single dosage of a drug at a given time, whether by injection or other means, and whether in liquid, tablet, capsule, or other form.2) “Board” means the Maryland State Board of Dental Examiners.. 3) “Dentist” means an individual who holds a current license to practice dentistry in Maryland.. 4) “Limited dental drug d
10.44.35.03.htm 10.44.35.03. 03 Permit Required.. Subject to the exception contained in Regulation .05 of this chapter, a dentist may not dispense home fluoride products, dentin/remineralizing products or antimicrobial rinses unless the dentist holds a limited drug dispensing permit issued by the Board.
10.44.35.04.htm 10.44.35.04. 04 Issuance and Renewal of Permit.. A. A permit expires on October 1 of the 5th year following the effective date of the permit.. B. To obtain a permit, a dentist shall:. 1) Submit to the Board an application on a form provided by the Board; and. 2) Pay the fee set by the Board in COMAR 10.44.20.. C. The Board shall mail a renewal application to each dentist holding a limited dental drug dispensing permit at least 90 days before the expiration of the permit.D. Before the permit expi
10.44.35.05.htm 10.44.35.05. 05 Exceptions.. A. Drug Samples. A dentist is not required to have a limited dental drug dispensing permit to dispense drug samples if:1) The sample complies with the labeling requirements contained in Health Occupations Article, §12-505, Annotated Code of Maryland, except that the labeling requirements may not apply if the dentist dispenses the drug:a) In an emergency situation; or. b) As a sample dispensed in the regular course of the dentist’s practice;.
10.44.35.06.htm 10.44.35.06. 06 Violations.. A. After an opportunity for a hearing, the Board may revoke or suspend a limited permit or take disciplinary action under Health Occupations Article, §4-315(a) or (b) Annotated Code of Maryland, if the Board finds that the holder of the permit violates any provision of this chapter.B. Failure to comply with the provisions of this chapter constitutes unprofessional conduct and may constitute other violations of law.
10.44.35.07.htm 10.44.35.07. 07 Summary Suspension of a Permit.. A. The Board may order the summary suspension of a permit if the Board:. 1) Finds that the public health, safety, or welfare imperatively requires emergency action; and. 2) Promptly gives the licensee:. a) Written notice of the suspension, the finding, and the reasons that support the finding; and. b) An opportunity to be heard.. B. Service of the notice of the suspension, the finding, the reasons that support the finding, and t
10.44.35.9999.htm 10.44.35.9999. Administrative History Effective date: July 20, 2015 (42:14 Md. R. 880).
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