DENTISTRY EXAMINING BOARD
Dentistry examining board.
Certification; expanded function dental auxiliaries.
Expiration and renewal.
Continuing education; dental hygienists.
Continuing education; dentists.
Mobile dentistry program registration.
Administering certain vaccines.
Preservation and transfer of patient health care records.
Delegation of remediable procedures and dental practices.
Identification of removable prosthetic devices.
Wisconsin Dental Association.
County and district dental societies.
Service insurance corporations for dental care.
Definitions applicable to indemnification and insurance provisions.
Determination of right to indemnification.
Allowance of expenses as incurred.
Dental society may limit indemnification.
Additional rights to indemnification and allowance of expenses.
Indemnification and allowance of expenses of employees and agents.
Reliance by directors or officers.
Consideration of interests in addition to members' interests.
Limited liability of directors and officers.
Ch. 447 Cross-reference
See definitions in s. 440.01
In this chapter:
“Accredited" means accredited by the American Dental Association commission on dental accreditation or its successor agency.
“Administer” means to directly apply a vaccine to the body of a patient by any means.
“Community rehabilitation program” means a nonprofit entity, county, municipality, or state or federal agency that directly provides, or facilitates the provision of, vocational rehabilitation services to individuals who have disabilities to maximize the employment opportunities, including career advancement, of such individuals.
“Dental disease" means any pain, injury, deformity, physical illness or departure from complete dental health or the proper condition of the human oral cavity or any of its parts.
“Dental hygiene" means the performance of educational, preventive or therapeutic dental services. “Dental hygiene" includes any of the following:
Removing supragingival or subgingival calcareous deposits, subgingival cement or extrinsic stains from a natural or restored surface of or a fixed replacement for a human tooth.
Deep scaling or root planing a human tooth.
Conditioning a human tooth surface in preparation for the placement of a sealant and placing a sealant.
Conducting a substantive medical or dental history interview or preliminary examination of a dental patient's oral cavity or surrounding structures, including the preparation of a case history or recording of clinical findings.
Conducting an oral screening without the written prescription of a dentist.
Participating in the development of a dental patient's dental hygiene treatment plan.
“Dental hygiene student" means an individual who is enrolled in and in regular attendance at an accredited dental hygiene school.
“Dental hygienist" means an individual who practices dental hygiene.
“Dental student" means an individual who is enrolled in and in regular attendance at an accredited dental school.
“Dentist" means an individual who practices dentistry.
“Dentistry" means the examination, evaluation, diagnosis, prevention, or treatment, including surgery, of diseases, disorders, or conditions of the human oral cavity or its adjacent or associated tissues and structures, or of the maxillofacial area, and their impact on the human body.
“Dentistry” includes administering vaccines against SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus and influenza under s. 447.059 (1)
A dentist licensed under this chapter may not perform dental services that are outside the scope of the dentist's relevant education, training, and experience.
“Examining board" means the dentistry examining board.