Manchester orthodontist hopes to reopen after review
His lawyer said Marshall hopes to reopen in 10 days.
“Dr. Marshall fully intends to comply with all laws and regulations relating to the practice of orthodontics. He has and will continue to do so,” said Concord lawyer James Moir.
• Marshall never tested for biological spores on his equipment, believing it was optional to do so.
• The practice did not use a child thyroid collar when taking X-rays.
• Proper equipment such as instrument containers and puncture-resistant utility gloves were not available for employees who handle equipment.
The board ruled that Marshall committed professional misconduct.
State health officials have received no reports of blood-borne infections resulting from Marshall’s practice, said Beth Daly, New Hampshire chief of infectious disease surveillance.
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