A dentist complained that the CDA had sent fraudulent claims to an insurance company. The funds were repaid by the CDA. The CDA resigned her certification with CDSBC and signed an agreement that she would not apply for reinstatement as a CDA and that she would not work in a dental office. She asked that the required publication of this complaint be anonymized to protect her children, one of whom suffers from an anxiety disorder, and provided information regarding their vulnerability. The Inquiry Committee agreed the publication would be anonymous. However, the Committee indicated that if she breaches the terms of the agreement, it might direct the College to republish the resolution of this complaint with the CDA’s name.
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