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Welcome to the Board of Denturitry

Please contact us with any questions via email DEN@dopl.idaho.gov or phone (208) 334-3233.

Additional Board Information

NamePositionExpirationOriginal Appointment
Carla “Jess” WolfrumProviderJanuary 1, 2024September 6, 2000
Jacqueline Kay MabreyProviderJanuary 1, 2025September 6, 2017
Cheryl MillerPublic Member – CHAIRJanuary 1, 2026May 19, 2020
Josh R WesterbergProviderJanuary 1, 2025September 22, 2022
Charlene M MathesonPublic MemberJanuary 1, 2026November 20, 2023

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APPLICANT

     ORIGINAL LICENSE FEE

300.00

     EXAM FEE

300.00

     TEMP PERMIT FEE

300.00

 

 

DENTURIST

     ORIGINAL LICENSE FEE

300.00

     LIC/RENEWAL – CURRENT YEAR

750.00

     REINSTATEMENT PENALTY – CURRENT YEAR

35.00

     DUPLICATE LICENSE FEE

10.00

     CERTIFICATION FEE

10.00

 

 

DENTURIST – INACTIVE

     LIC/RENEWAL – CURRENT YEAR

50.00

     REINSTATEMENT PENALTY – CURRENT YEAR

35.00

     DUPLICATE LICENSE FEE

10.00

     CERTIFICATION FEE

10.00

The board shall have the power to examine and inspect the place of business of any licensed denturist at a reasonable time and in a reasonable manner to assure compliance.

Denturity Inspection Form 

Q:  I have let my license lapse, what must I do to activate that license?

A:  A license that has been lapsed less than five years may be reinstated upon submission of a renewal application together with the payment of renewal fees, a license re-instatement fee, and proof of completion of continuing education as required in the rules.  If a license has been lapsed for more than five years, a new application for licensure is required.

Q:  How do I request an official license/registration certification?

Certifications can be obtained two ways from Idaho:

  1. Free primary source verification of license/registration status may be obtained via the web at https://dopl.idaho.gov. Click on search licenses and registration. These certifications contain all public information.
  2. If the receiving state doesn’t accept web-based certifications or requires information exempt from third-party disclosure (example: exam scores) to be included in the certification, use this form, which must include a $10.00 fee. Link highlighted words to attached PDF request for official license certification.

Q:  How do I request a duplicate license?

A:  The license/registration issued to you by the Division is public proof that you are entitled to pursue certain activities regulated by Idaho Law.  If your license/registration becomes lost or destroyed, you may obtain a replacement from the Division.  A replacement may also be requested if you have changed your name or address and wish to receive a license/registration bearing the updated information.  

You may complete the Application for Duplicate License form online, print it out and sign it, and send it with the fee required by Idaho law to the Division.  Your application will not be processed unless the fee is received with the application.   A replacement card will be sent to the mailing address.

** You will not receive a license/registration bearing the updated information until the next renewal period unless you submit the name change form along with the required documentation prior to renewing online.

There is no fee required to update any of the contact information in your Division record.

Q: How do I change my name?

A: The individual name that appears on your license/registration must be your legal name. If it is not, you need to update your record by filling out a Name/Address Change Affidavit and submitting it with the proper documentation (ie. A marriage license, divorce decree, or court document noting name change) to the Division.  Link Yellow highlighted to PDF document “DOPL-Name and address change” form attached

Q: I have a disability that I believe should be addressed through an accommodation in the examination process required to fulfill licensure requirements. What should I do to seek an accommodation?

A: As soon as possible prior to the examination, you should complete the form provided on this Board’s webpage for the purpose of requesting an accommodation for the examination required for licensure, and submit it to the Division of Occupational and Professional Licenses. You will be required to provide documentation of the disability, such as a diagnosis of the disability that is signed by your doctor. The accommodation request will be considered consistent with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.

Answers to additional questions may be obtained by visiting the ADA website at: 

https://www.ada.gov/  or through 

a toll-free ADA Information Line.

800-514-0301 (voice)
800-514-0383 (TTY)

Q: What are the requirements for continuing education?

A: All persons renewing a denturists license will be required to certify completion of a minimum of twelve (12) hours of continuing education where the subject matter of the program is determined to be pertinent to the practice of Denturitry. The Board will conduct random continuing education audits on a continual basis.

Q: How are continuing education credits audited?

A: The Board conducts annual audits to ensure compliance with the continuing education requirements.  Audits may be initiated anytime after you renew your license.  By submitting your renewal and answering “Yes” to the question that you have met the continuing education requirements, you are certifying to the Board that you have already obtained proof of having completed the required continuing education. 

If you are audited, you must submit a listing of all continuing education courses completed during the previous year AND proof of attendance documentation for each course.  Failure to submit the required documentation may result in Board action against your right to licensure. 

You should review the Board rules regarding continuing education before signing up for any continuing education offerings. 

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