§1100. Use of former employers' lists; scope of duties
A dental hygienist may not use or attempt to use in any manner whatsoever any prophylactic
lists, call lists, records, reprints or copies of those lists, records or reprints,
or information gathered from these materials, of the names of patients whom the hygienist
might have served in the office of a prior employer, unless these names appear on
the bona fide call or prophylactic list of the present employer and were caused to
so appear through the legitimate practice of dentistry as provided for in this chapter.
A dentist may not aid or abet or encourage a dental hygienist in the dentist's employ
to make use of a so-called prophylactic call list, or to call by telephone or to use
written letters transmitted through the mails to solicit patronage from patients formerly
served in the office of a dentist formerly employing the hygienist. [1993, c. 600, Pt. A, §86 (AMD).]
A dentist may not permit a dental hygienist operating under the dentist's supervision
to perform an operation other than that permitted under section 1095. [1993, c. 600, Pt. A, §86 (AMD).]
1967, c. 544, §80 (NEW).
1973, c. 303, §3 (AMD).
1981, c. 440, §15 (AMD).
1983, c. 378, §16 (RPR).
1993, c. 600, §A86 (AMD).