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An oral surgeon was found dead of a suspected overdose, a few months after she was suspended from practicing following complaints that she was pulling the wrong teeth.
Dr. Mansureh Iravani, 50, was rushed to a local hospital after a witness found her unresponsive inside her home in Bismarck, North Dakota, on Monday night.
Fentanyl - Opioid - Times - Morphine - Residence
She was pronounced dead and had Fentanyl, which is a man-made opioid 100 times more powerful than morphine, inside her residence, according to police.
Iravani had her license temporarily suspended in March due to claims that she was pulling the wrong teeth, starting operations without enough sedation and painfully ripping stitches out of patients' mouths.
Dentist - Doctor - Car - Meth - System
The dentist and doctor was previously suspended from practicing in 2013, after she crashed her car with meth in her system.
Emergency responders attempted to revive Iravani with Narcan, a drug meant to reverse the effects of opioid overdose, but their attempts failed.
Professional - Death - Investigation - Toxicology - Report
The medical professional's death is still under investigation because a toxicology report revealing which drug Iravani overdosed on, is still in the works.
Iravani practiced out of the Oral Surgery Center of Bismarck, the same place of business where two former employees brought complaints against her to the North Dakota Board of Medical Examiners in March.
Board - License - 13-points - Practices - Iravani
The board temporarily suspended her license after they received 13-points of bad practices Iravani allegedly committed, reported the Bismarck Tribune.
Some of these allegations include that Iravani...
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