Controversial dentist has ban on orthodontic treatment lifted

Controversial dentist has ban on orthodontic treatment lifted

Controversial dentist has ban on orthodontic treatment lifted

First published in News

A dentist has been allowed to carry out orthodontic treatment on adults for the first time since being found guilty of serious misconduct.

Francois Rossouw was found guilty of wide-ranging and serious failures at his practice in Halstead Road, Lexden, by the General Dental Council in 2011.

Disciplinary proceedings relating to three patients found he carried out unnecessary radiography scans, deficient treatment planning and inadequate investigations prior to treatment.

Full story in today's Gazette

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7:59pm Thu 21 Aug 14

Brown Envelopes says...

Not another one out of the woodwork ? thats 5 this year alone exposed.

Three Dentists

Doctor, Optician, Policeman and a Teacher !

The old backsides must be twitching elsewhere allround my ar*se bleeds for them.

The Tories new get tough system is sinking in after The Nanny Red Blair-ites let them off with the old blind eye routine for years.

Good on you Blue Bloods, at least we know you are getting on with the f*****g job.

Whose next I wonder how about a few Council Officers in the stocks ?

Good on you Blue Bloods !
Not another one out of the woodwork ? thats 5 this year alone exposed. Three Dentists Doctor, Optician, Policeman and a Teacher ! The old backsides must be twitching elsewhere allround my ar*se bleeds for them. The Tories new get tough system is sinking in after The Nanny Red Blair-ites let them off with the old blind eye routine for years. Good on you Blue Bloods, at least we know you are getting on with the f*****g job. Whose next I wonder how about a few Council Officers in the stocks ? Good on you Blue Bloods ! Brown Envelopes
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