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Issues with documents forcing Odessa dental office to close

(Source: KWES) (Source: KWES)
ODESSA, TX (KWES) -

We've learned issues with some documents is forcing one dental office in Odessa to close.

Family Health and Dental Clinic off of West Clements Street in Odessa is closing its doors.

The issues were first brought up after a results from a survey came back.

No one is saying exactly what those issues are but the clinic thinks they are small and weren't taking any chances.

"First and foremost, we're committed to providing excellent patient care to our community and that is why we made this very difficult decision. We don't want there to be any doubt that we provide safe high quality care and we'll do anything to make sure that our patients stay safe," said Heather Bulman, Divisional Director of Quality and Public Safety.

if you have questions about dental records, you're urged to call the clinic.

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