|Board Phone:||(803) 896-4599|
|Board Staff:||Lisa Hawsey|
|Board Staff:||Nancy Flores|
|Advice Counsel:  ||Adam Russell   **|
|Directions:||110 Centerview Dr, Columbia SC|
**The Office of Advice Counsel is responsible for
providing legal advice to all Boards, Commissions
and Panels. These attorneys do not provide legal
advice to parties outside LLR.
SC Code of Regulation 39-10 (A) (1) and 39-10 (A) (2) were amended and passed May 27, 2016:
(1) All dental practices shall conform to and comply with the current recommendations and guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) relating to infection control practices for dentistry and/or dental offices.
(2) It is the responsibility of all dentists and dental hygienists licensed by the State and all other personnel who are utilized by a licensed dentist who assist in a dental practice and may be exposed to body fluids such as blood or saliva to maintain familiarity with these recommendations and guidelines.
Full wording of regulations is posted on the Dental Board website under "Laws/Policies" at www.llr.state.sc.us/pol/dentistry .
For specific guidelines click on the following links:
The South Carolina Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation promulgated new regulations during the 2014 legislative session affecting professional and occupational renewal licensing fees. The fees for the South Carolina Board of Dentistry have been adjusted as published herein and will be effective during the renewal cycle with the deadline date of March 1, 2015. The new fee schedule may be found under “Licensure Information: Fees”.
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