Your state dental board serves a variety of functions, including drafting regulations that govern the practice of dentistry in your state and enforcing those regulations. It is also the body that issues permits required to use sedation in your practice, supervises office inspections, and investigates complaints. So, what do you do if your state dental board comes knocking? Presented by DOCS Education's Regulator Counsel, J. Kathleen Marcus, Esq., this invaluable program discusses items critical to your understanding of the dental board’s capacity and authority. It is worth 1.5 CE hours.