1-year suspension for New Hampshire dentist who performed surgery while impaired to end soon


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New Hampshire's Board of Dental Examiners suspended Blake Wullbrandt's, DDS, license last year, according to WMUR.

Investigators discovered Dr. Wullbrandt performed various procedures while impaired. In one case, Dr. Wullbrandt drilled too far into a child's tooth, resulting in a required root canal. Another claim, alleged Dr. Wullbrandt's staff had to intervene during procedures because they noticed how impaired he was.

Dr. Wullbrandt was suspended for one year, with his suspension ending Aug. 3. He will be eligible to practice the following day. Upon the expiration of his suspension, Dr. Wullbrandt must disclose the details of the prior suspension when seeking employment.

Along with the suspension, Dr. Wullbrandt was required to pay a $6,000 fine. He also entered into a treatment and monitoring contract with the New Hampshire Professionals Health Program.

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