Monibi v General Dental Council

Dentist – Disciplinary proceedings. Patient A, being dissatisfied with the service that M, a dentist was providing referred the matter to the General Dental Council (the council), who found the allegations proved and suspended M for four months. M appealed against that determination on the grounds that the findings of fact made by the professional conduct committee (the committee) were wrong and that the suspension that was contingent upon the finding of dishonesty should be set aside. The Administrative Court held that the challenges to the committee's determination would be rejected save for the allegation that his conduct in altering two out of the five records was not dishonest and the sanction would be quashed.

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