(b) An owner or manager of a dental laboratory may renew an unexpired registration
certificate for a dental laboratory if the owner or manager:
(1) pays the required renewal fee to the board on or before the expiration date; and
(2) complies with any other renewal requirements.
(c) If the owner or manager of a dental laboratory fails to renew the dental laboratory's
registration and pay the renewal fee before the date the registration expires, the
board shall suspend the registration certificate of the laboratory.
(d) An owner or manager of a dental laboratory whose registration certificate has
been expired for 90 days or less may renew the registration certificate if the person
pays to the board the required renewal fee and a fee equal to one-half of the amount
of the renewal fee. If the registration certificate has been expired for more than 90 days but less
than one year, the owner or manager may renew the certificate by paying to the board
all unpaid renewal fees and a fee equal to the amount of the initial registration
(e) An owner or manager of a dental laboratory may not renew a registration certificate
that has been expired for one year or more. The owner or manager may obtain a new certificate by complying with the requirements
for obtaining an original certificate.
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