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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 18. Professional and Occupational Licensing
Agency 60. Board of Dentistry
8/5/2020

Chapter 25. Regulations Governing the Practice of Dental HygieneRead Chapter

Section 10
Definitions
Section 20
Address of record; posting of license
Section 30
Required fees
Section 40
Scope of practice
Section 50
Utilization of dental hygienists and dental assistants
Section 60
Delegation of services to a dental hygienist
Section 70
Delegation of services to a dental assistant
Section 80
Radiation certification
Section 90
What does not constitute practice
Section 100
Administration of controlled substances
Section 110
Patient records; confidentiality
Section 120
Acts constituting unprofessional conduct
Section 130
General application requirements
Section 140
Licensure by examination
Section 150
Licensure by credentials
Section 160
Temporary permit; faculty license
Section 170
Voluntary practice
Section 180
Requirements for licensure renewal
Section 190
Requirements for continuing education
Section 200
Inactive license
Section 210
Reinstatement or reactivation of a license
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