Chapter 4715-7 Limited Licenses
(A) An application for a limited resident's license must be certified by the program director or directing head of an institution employing the applicant and/or the chief of dental services of said institution. The application shall contain a statement signed by the applicant as to his knowledge of the dental laws of this state.
(B) A limited resident's license shall be issued only to such applicant who is qualified in accordance with section 4715.16 of the Revised Code, and other provisions of this rule, and who is enrolled in a residency or fellowship program that has been approved or accredited by the American Dental Association "Commission on Dental Accreditation or the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (AGGME) and/or the Ohio state dental board. The limited resident's license is valid for the term of the residency or fellowship program for which the applicant has applied. This time period shall be so specified on the application.
(C) A limited resident's license entitles such limited resident's license holder to practice dentistry only within the provisions of the approved resident's program and according to section 4715.16 of the Revised Code.
(D) A limited resident's license application shall be submitted for each residency program in which the applicant is enrolled.
An application for a limited teaching license must be certified by both the dean of the dental school and/or the chairman of the department where applicable. The application shall contain a statement by the applicant as to his knowledge of the dental laws of this state.
(A) The limited resident's license and the limited continuing education license granted under the provisions of section 4715.16 of the Revised Code, shall be kept on file at the school, institution, or facility wherein the license holder practices, and shall be made immediately available to agents of the board upon request.
(B) The limited teaching license granted under the provisions of section 4715.16 of the Revised Code, shall be displayed in a conspicuous place in the school, institution, or facility where the person is authorized to practice or teach.