64B5-14.0025.  


Effective on Tuesday, March 10, 2020
  • 1(1) Unless authorized by this chapter, no dentist shall administer, supervise or permit another health care practitioner, as defined in Section 22456.001, F.S., 24or perform the administration of general anesthesia, deep sedation, moderate sedation or pediatric moderate sedation in a dental office for dental patients, unless such dentist possesses a permit issued by the Board. A permit is required even when another health care practitioner, as defined in Section 70456.001, F.S., 72administers general anesthesia, deep sedation, moderate sedation, or pediatric 81moderate 82sedation in a dental office for a dental patient. The dentist holding such a permit shall be subject to review and such permit must be renewed biennially. Each dentist in a practice who performs the administration of general anesthesia, deep sedation, 123moderate 124sedation or pediatric 127moderate 128sedation shall each possess an individual permit. Nothing in this paragraph shall be construed to prohibit administration of anesthetics as part of a program authorized by Rule 15564B5-14.003, 156F.A.C., for training in the anesthetic being administered, or pursuant to a demonstration for inspectors pursuant to Rule 17464B5-14.007, 175F.A.C.

    176(2) An applicant for any type of anesthesia permit must submit proof of:

    189(a) Training in the particular type of anesthesia listed in Rule 20064B5-14.003, 201F.A.C.; and,

    203(b) Documentation of actual clinical administration of anesthetics to 20 dental or oral and maxillofacial patients within two (2) years prior to application of the particular type of anesthetics for the permit applied for. An applicant for a pediatric moderate sedation permit who completed the actual clinical demonstration of anesthetics more than two (2) years prior to the submission of the application, shall be entitled to a permit if the applicant also submits documentation of having completed the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry’s comprehensive course on the Safe & Effective Sedation for the Pediatric Dental Patient. This course shall be completed within six (6) months of the submission of the pediactric moderate sedation permit application.

    318(3) Prior to the issuance of such permit, an on-site inspection of the facility, equipment, drugs and personnel shall be conducted pursuant to Rule 34264B5-14.007, 343F.A.C., to determine if the requirements of this chapter have been met.

    355(4) An application for a general anesthesia permit must include the application fee specified in Rule 37164B5-15.017, 372F.A.C., which is non-refundable; the permit fee specified in Rule 38264B5-15.018, 383F.A.C., which may be refunded if the application is denied without inspection of the applicant’s facilities; evidence indicating compliance with all the provisions of this chapter; and identification of the location or locations at which the licensee desires to be authorized to use or employ general anesthesia or deep sedation.

    433(5) An application for a 438moderate 439sedation permit must include the application fee specified in Rule 44964B5-15.017, 450F.A.C., which is non-refundable; the permit fee specified in Rule 46064B5-15.018, 461F.A.C., which may be refunded if the application is denied without inspection of the applicant’s facilities; evidence indicating compliance with all the provisions of this chapter; and identification of the location or locations at which the licensee desires to be authorized to use or employ 506moderate 507sedation.

    508(6) An application for a pediatric 514moderate 515sedation permit must include the application fee specified in Rule 52564B5-15.017, 526F.A.C., which is non-refundable; the permit fee specified in Rule 53664B5-15.018, 537F.A.C., which may be refunded if the application is denied without inspection of the applicant’s facilities; evidence indicating compliance with all the provisions of this chapter; and identification of the location or locations at which the licensee desires to be authorized to use or employ pediatric 583moderate 584sedation.

    585(7) The Department shall renew the permit biennially upon application by the permit holder, proof of continuing education required by subsection 60664B5-14.004, 607F.A.C., and payment of the renewal fee specified by Rule 61764B5-15.019, 618F.A.C.

    619(8) The holder of any general anesthesia, 626moderate 627sedation, or pediatric 630moderate 631sedation permit is authorized to practice pursuant to such permit only at the location or locations previously reported to the Board office.

    653Rulemaking Authority 655466.004, 656466.017(3), 657466.017(6) FS. 659Law Implemented 661466.017 FS. 663History–New 3-10-20.