Dentist accused of improperly writing prescriptions pays $40k
NORMAN, Okla.– A Norman dentist has agreed to pay thousands of dollars to settle allegations that he illegally issued prescriptions to people who did not need them for medical reasons.
Authorities claim Ronald L. Williams, D.D.S., issued prescriptions for controlled substances to individuals without performing a physical examination or having a dentist/patient relationship.
Williams agreed to pay $40,000 to settle those allegations.
Williams did not admit liability when reaching the agreement.
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