S$5,000 fine for woman who provided unauthorised dental services at Far East Plaza salon, at home

S$5,000 fine for woman who provided unauthorised dental services at Far East Plaza salon, at home

According to Ms. Tan, Ding do check if clients had cleaned their mouths as part of the veneer repair company.

Then she would inquire her customers to relax on a bed or seat, &nbsp, clean their teeth, and report them to eliminate any disease.

Before adjusting the dental veneer in place, Ding may use epoxy conditioner to ensure their teeth were clear.

Before applying UV light to harden the adhesive, Ding would apply a second conditioner to protect her users ‘ lips.

According to Ms. Tan, on May 13, 2022, Ding was informed that three dental crowns she had installed on a client in March 2022 had fallen off. &nbsp,

The user was finally scheduled to meet her at her shop two days later for S$ 100.

Ding gave another customer her medical facade service later that month, on December 10.

But, the dental veneer dislodged, and the client complained. The following morning, Ding scheduled a meeting with the client at her Bali Merah home.

That, Ding fixed the teeth during a 30- moment process for no cost as it was a “form of support recovery”, said Ms Tan.

For each command to which Ding admitted guilt, the trial demanded a S$ 2,500 fine. This considered that Ding had entirely cooperated with the government during studies and had already entered a guilty plea.

Ding has never been a victim of the laws before, according to Ms. Tan.

Due to her mother’s cancer and health needs, Ding requested a small fine amount.

District Judge Lorraine Ho acknowledged in her brief punishment remarks that” thankfully” Ding’s customers “needed some feel up” but that no real harm was done.

Ding may have received a fine of up to S$ 25, 000 for practicing medicine without a riding certification and not having a dental license.

This article was previously published in&nbsp, Now.