A family dentist who specialises in orthodontics has been caught red-handed.
It was reported in the local media that the family dentist has been charged with providing false information to the police and other authorities.
It has now emerged that he is facing multiple charges, including defrauding the local health department.
The dentist has not been named.
His case is being investigated by the local police and the district health authority.
It is the first time that a dentist has faced charges related to the treatment of dentists and dental staff in the area, according to local media.
The Dentist of the Month for November was Dr. Peter Zaremba, a member of the same family as the local dentist, who has been suspended from his practice pending further investigations.
It’s not the first dentist to be charged with defraudging the local government or other agencies.
In March 2018, a dentist from another local dental practice was arrested for allegedly paying patients to treat themselves.
The charges against Zaremba, however, were not related to dentistry.
In September 2018, an orthodist from the same community was arrested after allegedly defraudeting patients to get dental treatment.
The charge of defraudying the local council is also not related in any way to dentists or dentists’ practices.
A spokesperson for the Dentist Offices of the Greater Irving Park Authority said: “The Dentist Office of the City of Irving Park is committed to providing quality dental care to all who seek it.
The Irving Park Dentists Guild, which represents dentists in the city, was contacted by the media on Monday and we are in the process of obtaining a statement from the Dentists Office of our members.”
The Dentists office said that the charges against the dentist were “unfounded and unfounded”.
They added that the Dentistry Office will make every effort to defend itself in court.
It said that their dentists are committed to being ethical, courteous and honest and are proud to be part of the Irving Park community.
This story has been updated to correct the number of charges, and clarify the dental practices.