Dentist – Professional misconduct. The appellant dentist challenged the Professional Conduct Committee (the PCC) of the respondent General Dental Council's order that she be erased from the register of dentists. The Administrative Court, in dismissing the appeal, held that the PCC had had ample evidence to conclude that the appellant's attitude to criticism and defects in her practice had shown that she had had little insight into her problems. Accordingly, it had been entitled to conclude that it could not be confident that the public would be protected by an approach less than erasure.