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Barton allegedly started touching up new dental nurse Ms C after she joined in 2004.
Jemma added: "Being a dental nurse I know all about good hygiene practices, and also know just what a breeding ground for bacteria fingernails are.
He went on, 'Quite apart from the embarrassment that might be caused to other members of staff, distracting a dental nurse by kissing and embracing her while she goes about her duties has the potential to put the patient at risk.
From the first day, Rhiannon has given 100% to the practice and is very adaptable to the duties required to be a successful dental nurse.
The award is presented to the most outstanding candidate of the year in the exams and has been made by the National Examining Board for Dental Nurses (NEBDN).
Oasis Dental Care's latest apprentice, 34-year-old Lynn Roberts from Aycliffe, is studying towards an apprenticeship as a trainee dental nurse and believes it is an ideal step to further her career in this field.
Dental nurse Kayleigh, 22, added: "Jack got Olivia and my sister out and then made sure we were awake.
Dental nurse Melissa Ellis, left, and Dr Marie-Louise Duthie, right, from Duthie, Wyatt and Duthie dental practice, Childwall
Lisa Connor, 37, dental nurse, Wallsend: It's such a metropolitan city with loads to do
Nineteen-year-old Ashley has become the first male in South Wales to qualify as a dental nurse after polishing off a three-year Modern Apprenticeship.
Kate is a qualified dental nurse and experienced practice manager in a West Lothian practice.
A DENTAL nurse from Southport travelled to Tanzania as a volunteer to pass on her skills and experience to local health workers.