All the All Smiles Dental dentists, PCs, were doing business in the form of all smiling dental centers, a series of dental clinics in Texas, United States, headquartered in Dallas-Fort Worth area. The farmer’s branch, Texas Along with, Dallas was near the city. The chain operates a dental clinic in the Dallas-Fort Worth area and in Greater Houston. Company All Smiles Dental Center, Inc. (ADSC) is a management service organization that is responsible for all Smile Dental Professional, P.C. Provides business support services to among the most low-income Hispanic communities; children included in the patients.
Until May 2012, Velour Equity had 72% share of the company, while founder Dr. Richard Malouf owned 28%. According to July 2012, the company was one of the largest providers of dental services in the Dallas-Fort Worth area and nearly 60,000 Medicaid patients have. As of September 2012, the company has approximately 20 clinics in the state of Texas. August 2013 South Texas Dental bought the company.
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On May 2, 2012, all the All Smiles Dental, Dental Center, Inc. filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. In his filing, he listed $ 50-100 million in properties and liabilities of 1 million. Sydney Bloomberg’s Freiburg said that the executive affidavit had said that. Some clinics forced to cut payments due to excessive “and” inappropriate. “Orthodontic care in some parts of Texas Medicaid.” In June 2012 the Texas Attorney General filed a lawsuit against All Smiles.
The two lawsuits from the Attorney General argue that Malouf and his company committed additional fraud, patient recruiting, and overbilling and that the practices “cost the State of Texas many millions of dollars.” Stephanie Goodman, a spokeswoman for the Texas Health and Human Services Commission, had said that there was “reliable evidence of fraud”. So the Texas Medicaid program kept all All Smiles Dental due to the payment. Michael Logitz, Chief Compliance Officer said that state inspectors took exception to 63 out of 86 reviewed Orthodontic cases and said that the company would challenge the state’s claims.
In July 2012, Lozich said that the company is negotiating with the state on the final agreement. By the end of July 2012, he closed his entire 13th Office of Orthodontic operation and refused to see Medicaid patients for Orthodontic remedies, rejecting 12,000 patients in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. This continued to see patients for general dentistry. The company provided to seven Orthodontists since the Orthodontic operation was closed. The company had seen some patients, who needed emergency treatment.
According to July 2012, many lawyers, including Jim Moriarty, are suing Malouf under the False Claims Act. August 2013 South Texas Dental bought the company and all the smile sites were re-branded as dental centers of South Texas.