Restricted license to practice dentistry at facility that provides dental services to persons of low income.
1.Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, the Board shall, without examination, issue a restricted license to practice dentistry to a person who:
(a)Has a valid license to practice dentistry issued pursuant to the laws of another state or the District of Columbia;
(b)Has received a degree from a dental school or college accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation of the American Dental Association or its successor organization;
(c)Has entered into a contract with a facility approved by the Division of Public and Behavioral Health of the Department of Health and Human Services to provide publicly funded dental services exclusively to persons of low income for the duration of the restricted license; and
(d)Satisfies the requirements of NRS 631.230.
2.The Board shall not issue a restricted license to a person:
(a)Who has failed to pass the examination of the Board;
(b)Who has been refused a license in this State, another state or territory of the United States, or the District of Columbia; or
(c)Whose license to practice dentistry has been revoked in this State, another state or territory of the United States, or the District of Columbia.
3.A person to whom a restricted license is issued pursuant to subsection 1:
(a)May perform dental services only:
(1)Under the general supervision of the State Dental Health Officer or the supervision of a dentist who is licensed to practice dentistry in this State and appointed by the Division of Public and Behavioral Health of the Department of Health and Human Services to supervise dental care that is provided in a facility which has entered into a contract with the person to whom a restricted license is issued and which is approved by the Division; and
(2)In accordance with the contract required pursuant to paragraph (c) of that subsection.
(b)Shall not, for the duration of the restricted license, engage in the private practice of dentistry, which includes, without limitation, providing dental services to a person who pays for the services.
4.A restricted license expires 1 year after its date of issuance and may be renewed on or before the date of its expiration, unless the holder no longer satisfies the requirements for the restricted license. The holder of a restricted license may, upon compliance with the applicable requirements set forth in NRS 631.330 and the completion of a review conducted at the discretion of the Board, be granted a renewal certificate that authorizes the continuation of practice pursuant to the restricted license for 1 year.
5.A person who receives a restricted license must pass the examination of the Board within 3 years after receiving the restricted license. If the person fails to pass that examination, the Board shall revoke the restricted license.
6.The Board may revoke a restricted license at any time if the Board finds, by a preponderance of the evidence, that the holder of the license violated any provision of this chapter or the regulations of the Board.
Section 631.275 — Restricted license to practice dentistry at facility that provides dental services to persons of low income.,