There’s a LOT of reasons I want Andrew Gillum for Gov and Sean Shaw for Attorney General. Shaw’s been a consumer advocate lawyer for a long time among other things and he wants to be tough on big companies for flaunt laws that affect employees but for stuff like this, he’d soften things, especially if there’s no complaints. If I were AG? Sure, let them fine him, ok. Shove the paperwork he needs to practice legally at him and give him an option to work under another’s dentistry license. Say, six months or so. Meanwhile, work with the legislature to make changes and when his case comes up, fight for an exemption in his case as consumer advocate against improper state legislation.

There’s a LOT of reasons I want Andrew Gillum for Gov and Sean Shaw for Attorney General.

Shaw’s been a consumer advocate lawyer for a long time among other things and he wants to be tough on big companies for flaunt laws that affect employees but for stuff like this, he’d soften things, especially if there’s no complaints.

If I were AG? Sure, let them fine him, ok. Shove the paperwork he needs to practice legally at him and give him an option to work under another’s dentistry license. Say, six months or so. Meanwhile, work with the legislature to make changes and when his case comes up, fight for an exemption in his case as consumer advocate against improper state legislation.

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Practiced dentistry without a license. I think he was genuinely ignorant. So, I’d be ok with giving him a fine. But I’d work with him to help legitimize his practice.

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FL’s got a strict rule on it:
“taking of an impression of the human tooth, teeth, or jaws directly or indirectly and by any means or method,”

Probably to stop bad denture doctors tbh but now it’s affecting this, which is more like jewelry.

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I’d classify this as jewelry. Customer signs a waver type of thing.
 
But it’s classified as dentistry because he took a mold.
 
Our laws should go after big companies who know better but they don’t. I suspect the law was probably to protect against bad denture makers but this is clearly jewelry — cosmetic. Hoping if Sean Shaw gets in as Attorney General, this kind of heavy-handedness will lighten up as he protects consumers and the small businesses and focuses on the very big companies who are knowingly violating stuff.
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