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Douglas dentist faces conduct hearing

Thu, 10 Mar 2011

A Douglas dentist has appeared before a professional conduct committee in the UK.


The allegations against Ian Hulme-Rigby date back between 2005 and 2007 when he was practicing in Bolton.


The 56 year old is accused of bringing his pet dog into his clinic, being unprofessional in the way he gave out the drug Tamazepam to patients and having poor hygiene standards.


Mr Hulme-Rigby is the Chief Clinician at the Douglas Dental Spa.


The conduct hearing continues.




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