A person who is subject to a disqualifying decision in a relevant European state1 in which he is or has been established in dental practice2 is not entitled to be registered in the dentists register3. A disqualifying decision in a relevant European state is one made by responsible authorities in that state and expressed to be made on the grounds that the person has committed a criminal offence or on grounds related to his professional conduct, professional performance or physical or mental health, and having, in that state, the effect either that he is no longer registered or otherwise
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