How do I verify my license to another jurisdiction?
Verification of a Virginia license to another jurisdiction requires a written request to the Board office with a payment of $35 per verification. Check should be made payable to the “Treasurer of Virginia”. You must provide your full name, license number and the mailing address of the jurisdiction to receive verification.More FAQ's
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Address of record
The Department of Health Professions (DHP) is required to collect an official address of record from each health professional. This address is used by DHP for agency purposes and may be provided as public information. DHP is also required to give health professionals the opportunity to provide an alternate address for dissemination to the public. If no second (public) address is provided, the official address of record is given to the public. An individual is not required to submit a place of residence for either the official address of record or the public address. A post office box or a practice location is acceptable. Changes to either address are required within 30 days of any change and may be made at any time by accessing your licensure information through the online system or by written notification to the Board.
Online Applications - Applicants for a Dental license (by Examination or Credential) or a Dental Hygienist license (by Examination or Endorsement) may now begin the application process online.
Extension of renewal requirements for deployed military and spouses
Virginia law allows active duty service people or their spouses who are deployed outside the U.S. to have an extension of time for any requirement or fee pertaining to renewal until 60 days after the person’s return from deployment. The extension cannot last beyond 5 years past the expiration date for the license. For more information, please read attached policy and contact the applicable board for your license.
Laws & RegulationsKeep in the know about important laws and regulations:
Laws and Regulations Governing Dentistry
Laws Governing All Health Professions
Forms & ApplicationsFind forms, applications and exam information for the Board of Dentistry.
View the list of Professions regulated by the Board.
Guidance DocumentsView and download the list of available guidance documents from the Board of Dentistry. These documents provide information or guidance to the public to interpret or implement statutes or the agency's rules or regulations.
Board of Dentistry Calendar
The Board of Dentistry's Calendar of upcoming Board meetings and minutes from past Board meetings.
Periodic news sent to licensees.
Regulatory Town HallThe Virginia Department of Planning & Budget has designed a Regulatory Town Hall for anyone interested in the proposal of regulations or meetings of regulatory boards.