The Connecticut Appellate Court upheld a decision to discipline a pediatric dentist who allegedly neglected to receive informed consent from the parent of a minor patient before placing eight steel crowns in the patient’s mouth.

The dentist, Ammar A. Idlibi, who represented himself in this matter, appealed from the final decision of the Connecticut State Dental Commission, which ordered sanctions against him.

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