New York Dentists Fight Back Against Fake Dentistry in Their Dentistry, Hospital
Dentists in New York City have been fighting back against what they say is a wave of phony dentistry.
The New York Post reports that in September, a lawsuit was filed against two dentists in Brooklyn, one of whom had been sued for fraud.
That lawsuit, which was later settled, alleged that the dentists had misled consumers about the quality of their services and failed to treat patients according to their needs.
One of the dentist, Dr. Robert Morgan, was sued in April for allegedly defrauding patients of up to $8,000 by providing them with dentures that were fake.
Another of the defendants, Dr David W. Johnson, has also been sued in Brooklyn for allegedly misleading patients and patients about the dental treatment they receive.
Both men are facing criminal charges.
A spokesman for the Manhattan district attorney said that the suit against Johnson was dropped, but the matter was still under investigation.
Johnson was also sued in March for allegedly lying about the treatment he was offering.
In November, another lawsuit was brought against Johnson, which alleged that he was providing dentures to patients that were not his.
Johnson is currently awaiting trial in the New York city borough of Brooklyn.
The lawsuits against Johnson and Morgan have been referred to the Attorney General’s Office, which has not yet opened an investigation into the allegations.
A spokesperson for the Office of Inspector General of the State Department of Health and Hospitals said in a statement that there is no official investigation into whether dentists and other healthcare professionals are lying about their services.
“However, we take these allegations very seriously and are working with our partners to ensure that all of our dental professionals follow best practices,” the spokesperson said.
The Attorney General has not issued any public statements on the issue.
Dentists and dentistry clinics have been among the targets of fake dentistry in recent years.
In February, the New England Journal of Medicine reported that the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs reported that dentists were “inappropriate in their handling of dental health issues” that included patients’ claims for cosmetic surgery.
The study found that many of the patients had been harmed by dentists who did not properly diagnose and treat the underlying conditions.
Dentistry clinics were also among the groups that received the most attention during the health care crisis in the United States.
Many dentists have taken to social media to complain about the dentistry industry’s alleged practices, calling out dentists for their unethical practices.
Dentist and dental clinic attorney, Chris Sacca, has been outspoken in his support of the health services dental profession.
“The dentists are doing it because they’re doing it, and they’re getting paid to do it,” Sacca told the Washington Post in September.
“They’re getting rich.
That’s the bottom line.
That is the bottomline.”
Sacca said he would also like to see the government take a more aggressive approach to combating fake dentists.
“It’s a business that needs to be regulated,” Sacca told the Post.
“And we need to be responsible.
It’s not like they’re stealing money.
They’re taking a small percentage off their wages and that’s fine, but they need to pay their workers a fair wage and that includes overtime and a minimum wage.
And that’s what the government has to do to protect the health and safety of the public.”
Saccas actions have been widely supported by the dentical industry.
The American Dental Association’s dental chapter, which represents dentists, called Sacca’s comments “an important step forward for all Americans.”