A rogue dentist who fleeced the NHS of almost £1.4million "brought the profession into disrepute", the General Dental Council has ruled.
In making the decision to strike off Joyce Trail, the council's Professional Conduct Committee said her actions could never be put right.
The gravity of Ms Trail’s convictions offended fundamental standards of behaviour expected of a member of the dental profession.
Her convictions go to her character and her actions are incapable of remedy.
She has brought the profession into disrepute and remains subject to the lengthy custodial sentences imposed upon her by the court.
Unless she appeals the decision, Trail's name will be struck off the register in 33 days’ time.
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