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Chapter 150-6 PRESCRIPTION REQUIREMENTS

Rule 150-6-.01 Laboratory Records

(1) All dentists licensed to practice in Georgia must furnish a written prescription for all laboratory work to be performed by dental laboratory technicians or other unlicensed persons.
(2) No specific form of prescription must be utilized but the Board does require certain necessary information for each separate and individual piece of work to be done by a dental laboratory technician or unlicensed person, and this must include:
(a) name and address of laboratory technician or unlicensed person;
(b) patient's name or case number;
(c) date on which prescription is written;
(d) a description of the work to be done, with diagram if necessary;
(e) a specification of the type and quality of materials to be used;
(f) signature and address of the licensed dentist.
(3) The prescription must be written in duplicate. The original is to be delivered to the laboratory technician or unlicensed person and the duplicate shall be retained by the dentist. All originals and duplicates must be kept in the files for a period of ten (10) years from the date of delivery of the prescription and may be subject to periodic examinations by duly authorized agents of the State Board.
(4) All originals or duplicates of photographs sent to the laboratory must be kept in the files for a period of ten (10) years from the date of delivery.
(5) Laboratory technicians: No dentist shall allow a dental technician to visit his or her dental office to see a patient regardless of whether the dentist is present except that a dental technician may assist in the selection of a tooth shade when this process is performed in the dentist's office under his or her direct personal supervision.
(6) No dentist shall use a patient as a messenger to the dental laboratory.