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What Does a Dental Nurse Do?

Ethics & Conduct for Dental Nurses:

The dental nurse shall be motivated by the aims of maintaining the honour and integrity of the profession and of assisting the dentist in safeguarding the health of patients and promoting the welfare of the community.

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THE PROFESSION
  • Dental nurses shall maintain their professional knowledge and skill by continuing education and by keeping themselves informed of up-to-date developments in dentistry.
  • Dental nurses should support the advancement of their profession through membership of scientific and professional organisations and should share the fruits of their experience and research.
  • Dental nurses shall maintain the honour, morality and integrity of their profession and shall avoid any conduct which might lower its esteem in the eyes of the public.
  • Unprofessional conduct and improper statements or certificates must be avoided at all times.
  • Dental nurses must only carry out dental work which they are legally entitled to perform.
  • Patients must not be canvassed from other practices. Particular attention in this regard must be paid by those acting as locums or operating in a number of different practices.
  • A registered dental nurse should not practise under a name other than the name under which he/she is registered in the Register of Dental Nurses.
  • Persons whose names are entered in the Register may use the title “registered dental nurse” and the letters RDN after their names.
  • A dental nurse must not falsely suggest or imply that he/she possesses special qualifications or skills and must not use any title or description which could reasonably be calculated to suggest that he/she possesses any professional status or qualification other than the professional status or qualification which he/she in fact possesses and which is entered in the Register of Dental Nurses.
  • A dental nurse must not make comments of a derogatory or disparaging nature on the services or treatment of other members of the profession or on the services or treatments of dentists or dental hygienists.
  • Dental nurses must not under any circumstances disclose information of a personal or professional nature acquired in the course of their work, whether related to their patients or the practice in which they are employed, except to the dentist under whose supervision they are working and then only in matter relating to their work.
  • The dental nurse must comply with both the national and Council regulations regarding the control and custody of drugs and the use of x-ray equipment.
  • The dental nurse should arrange to have his/her current Certificate of Registration displayed at his/her practice locations at all times while engaged in the duties of a dental nurse.