According to Health Department findings, following complaints from July 3, 2012, and Aug. 6, 2013:
- Boscia failed to make diagnoses or made incorrect diagnoses, including the failure to diagnose obvious tooth decay over a three-year period.
- He did not provide comprehensive treatment planning.
- He failed to adhere to minimal record keeping standards, including charting of existing conditions and periodontal disease charting.
- He did not refer or suggest referrals to a specialist when circumstances warranted.
- He did not communicate endodontic (root canal) outcomes when such outcomes could compromise their prognosis.
- He failed to get appropriate patient consent forms.
- He failed to use methodology set out established in 2010 by the American Association of Endodontists.
- He performed substandard root canals.