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Jurisprudence 101. Jurisprudence. Embraces all the laws enacted by the legislative body of the state, all rules and regulations promulgated by those in authority, court decisions and formal principles upon which laws are based. Dental Jurisprudence. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Jurisprudence 101

  • JurisprudenceEmbraces all the laws enacted by the legislative body of the state, all rules and regulations promulgated by those in authority, court decisions and formal principles upon which laws are based.

  • Dental JurisprudenceIs the science of systematic study which deals with all the laws, rules and regulations as well as legal principles and doctrines governing and regulating the practice of dentistry.

  • What to StudyDental Jurisprudence by AsprerSample PRC ExamsDental Boards Review Sample Exams

  • How to StudyUnderstand conceptsMemorize on a need to know basis.

  • Need to Know4 Dental LawsDescriptionDateBoard of Dental ExaminersPD 223 Professional Regulation CommissionNew Dental Law

  • January 10, 1903An Act Regulating the Practice of Dentistry in the Philippines

    1st Dental LawAct No. 593

  • Three member Appointed by Commissioner of Public Health Approved by Board of HealthAdministrative Jurisdiction by Department of InteriorTerm of Office: 3 years1st Dental LawAct No. 593Board of Dental Examiners

  • Qualifications:Reputable practitionersDental graduates recognized by National Association of Dental Faculties and Dental Examiners of USMember of Faculty is not eligible

    1st Dental LawAct No. 593Board of Dental Examiners

  • All dentists should register with the Board of Dental ExaminersPassed successful examination given by Board established by Provost Marshall GeneralDoes not apply to Dental Surgeons from US ArmyResident in the Philippines prior to passage of actCirujanos MinistrantesExamination: January and July1st Dental LawAct No. 593Examination and Registration of Dentists

  • Diploma of Dental Medicine or Doctor of Dental SurgeryPassed a satisfactory examination before the Board1st Dental LawAct No. 593Issuance of Certificates

  • Two Members can issue temporary certificate.If the Board will not meet within 30 days

    Any person convicted of any criminal offensePerson guilty of immoral or dishonorable conductUnsound mind1st Dental LawAct No. 593Temporary CertificatesRefusal to Issue Certificate

  • February 5, 1915An Act Providing New Regulations for the Examination of Dentists and Practice of Dentistry in the Philippines2nd Dental LawAct No. 2462

  • Appointed by Director of HealthApproved by Secretary of InteriorTerm of officeAppointed every year

    2nd Dental LawAct No. 2462Board of Dental Examiners

  • Qualifications:Reputable dentists practicing in the PhilippinesGraduates of any reputable college recognized by Insular* Filipinos can be board members

    2nd Dental LawAct No. 2462Board of Dental Examiners

  • Examination: January and DecemberExamination and Registration of Dentists2nd Dental LawAct No. 2462Diploma of Dental Medicine or Doctor of Dental Surgery 3 year coursePassed a satisfactory examination before the BoardGood Moral CharacterIssuance of Certificates

  • 2nd Dental LawAct No. 2462

    Any person convicted of any criminal offense involving moral turpitudePerson guilty of immoral or dishonorable conductUnsound mindRefusal to Issue Certificate

  • No provision for Cirujiano MinistranteGranted better privileges to undergraduatesUndergraduate with 3 yrs of dental practiceUndergraduate with less than 3 years of practiceUndergraduate with less than 3 yrs of practice but passed a post graduate course

    2nd Dental LawAct No. 2462

  • March 10, 1917 The Revised Dental Law3rd Dental LawAct No. 2711

  • QualificationsReputable practicing dentistsGraduates of reputable collegesNo dentist was eligible for appointment who was a member of faculty of any school, college, university where any branch of odontology was taught or who had any percuniary interest in such institution2nd Dental LawAct No. 2462Board of Dental Examiners

  • Reciprocity ProvisionNo foreign dentist was to be admitted to an examination unless the country of which he was a citizen permitted Filipinos to practice2nd Dental LawAct No. 2462Examination and Registration

  • QualificationsAddition of cultural subjectsIncrease from three year course to four year course

    All candidate should be at least 21 years old

    2nd Dental LawAct No. 2462Examination and RegistrationIssuance of Certificates

  • June 18, 1949ChangesMore powers granted to the BoardThe qualification increased from one year to three yearsCompensation no longer necessary to practice dentistry4th Dental LawAct No. 417

  • Appointed by President of the PhilippinesUpon recommendation of Commissioner of Civil Service (Executive Officer of the Board)Term3 years

    4th Dental LawAct No. 417Board of Dental Examiners

  • Duties:Administer oath to successful candidatesTo issue or reissue certificates of registrationTo suspend or revoke certificatesTo investigate violation of this actTo compel attendance of violators and witnessesTo inspect dental schoolsTo promulgate necessary rules and regulationsTo set professional standardsTo look from time to time into conditions affecting dental practiceTo discharge other necessary duties4th Dental LawAct No. 417Board of Dental Examiners

  • Qualifications:Citizen and Resident of PhilippinesHolder of DDM or DDSAt least 30 yrs of ageRegistered DentistAt least 10 years of practiceNot be a member of any school, college or universityBe of recognized standing in professionBe academically and morally fully qualified by prof. org.4th Dental LawAct No. 417Board of Dental Examiners

  • Considered dental practice even without compensationExamination: June and December

    4th Dental LawAct No. 417Examination and Registration of Dentists

  • QUALIFICATIONTwo year pre-dental courseScope of ExaminationPractical and Written ExaminationRefusal to Issue CertificatesPerson convicted by court of any criminal offense involving moral turpitudePerson guilty of immoral or dishonorable conductOf unsound mind Communicable or contagious disease

    4th Dental LawAct No. 417Examination and Registration of Dentists

  • An Act to Regulate the Practice of Dentistry in the Philippines(June 19, 1965)

    RA 4419 The Philippine Act of 1965

  • Objectives:Regulation, control, and supervision of practice of dentistry in the PhilippinesGiving of licensure examinationsRegulation and stipulation of dental educationPromotion and development of dental researchStipulation of penaltiesRA 4419 The Philippine Act of 1965

  • ImplementationBoard of Dental Examiners Board of DentistryCouncil of Dental EducationCouncil of Advancement of Dental ResearchRA 4419 The Philippine Act of 1965

  • Composition Three members Five MembersAppointed by the President of the PhilippinesCertified by the PDA and or other dental assoc.Recommended by constituent chapter societies.Confirmed by Commission on AppointmentsTerm: 5 yearsMember serving the last year shall be Chairman of the BoardBoard of DentistryRA 4419 The Philippine Act of 1965

  • Amended RA Act of 1965PRC shall submit and recommend to the President of the Philippines nominees for appointment.Presidential Decree 223June 22, 1973Three-man commissionTerm of nine years

    Presidential Decree 223RA 4419 The Philippine Act of 1965

  • QUALIFICATIONSNatural born citizenDuly Registered CitizenAt least 10 years practiceNot a member of the faculty of any schoolNot connected in any capacity with any business enterpriseMember of good standing of the Philippine Dental Assoc for the last 5 yearsBoard of DentistryRA 4419 The Philippine Act of 1965

  • QUALIFICATIONSNatural born citizenDuly Registered CitizenAt least 10 years practiceNot a member of the faculty of any schoolNot connected in any capacity with any business enterpriseMember of good standing of the Philippine Dental Assoc for the last 5 yearsBoard of DentistryRA 4419 The Philippine Act of 1965

  • Is a writ of which the government begins its action to recover an office or franchise from the person or corporation in possession of itOther ways:Expiration of term of officeResignationAbandonment of officeDeathAbolition of officeForfeiture by operation of some provision of lawQuo WarrantoRA 4419 The Philippine Act of 1965

  • SummonNotice to respondent that an action has been commenced against himRequires him to answer within a specified timeDefinition of TermsRA 4419 The Philippine Act of 1965

  • SubpoenaProcess directed to a person requiring him to attend and testify at the hearing or trial of an action

    Subpoena duces tecumThings a person needed to bring with him under his control

    Definition of TermsRA 4419 The Philippine Act of 1965

  • Added Prerequisite for practice of dentistryA certificate of registrationPermanent residency in the Phil for at least 3 yrs.

    Persons Excluded from Practice of DentistryArtisans or TechniciansDental StudentsDental HygienistExamination and RegistrationRA 4419 The Philippine Act of 1965

  • Exemption from RegistrationCommissioned dental officers of army, navy and air forces of any foreign country rendering dental services to member of forces onlyDental surgeons from other countries invited for demo or consultation not exceeding 30 daysExamination and RegistrationRA 4419 The Philippine Act of 1965

  • Qualifications for admission to examinationCitizen of the PhilippinesGood Moral CharacterAt least 2 yrs pre-dentistry courseHolder of DMD or DDSIncluded in the list of certified list of graduatesExamination and RegistrationRA 4419 The Philippine Act of 1965

  • 1st 2nd 3rd Appointed byCommissioner Of Public HealthApprovedBoard of HealthTerm of Office3 yearsForeignersCirujanos MinistradesDirector of HealthSecreta