Q: I am a licensed dentist in Kentucky and am adhering to the new HB1 law.
Occasionally the KASPER report takes an extended amount of time to process.
Once, when he leaned into my hair to whisper something to me when we were at a show, I could feel the odor seeping into my hair and my clothes, and I held my breath for the entire time he was talking to me.
He's only 31 years old and i'm simply amazed how someone so young could let himself go so comprehensively.
The Kentucky Board of Dentistry supplied the KASPER office with all emails that were on file at the time for the dentists in the state. Q: I don’t have a computer in my office, what do I do?
A: It is required by law that each office must have one computer with internet capabilities to access the KASPER website and run the KASPER report as well as a printer to print the KASPER results. A: A KASPER report is required for all patients that a dentist prescribes schedule II, schedule III and specific schedule IV controlled substances (see Q# 6 below re exception for oral surgery).
View CE RequirementsAll dentists and dental hygienists are required to complete 30 hours of continuing education every two years.
If you are also licensed in another state, you must adhere to Kentucky requirements as well as the requirements of any state that you are licensed in.
Additionally, if the patient is seen in the office more than one time during a three month period, the same KASPER report can be used.
In all other situations, a dentist must obtain a KASPER report before prescribing any schedule II, III and specific schedule IV medications to a patient.
Q: Is the dentist required to inform the patient that a KASPER report will be generated? Q: Are dentists required to keep the KASPER report in the patient record?
I cannot bring myself to kiss him, and when he tried to do it I only respond with very quick kisses...
I have a feeling this isn't going to work because I can't fathom going to bed or waking up with someone with such repulsive breath.