Christopher McCulloch

Full Name:
Christopher A. McCulloch
Current Status:
Resigned - Dentist may have retired, left the province/country, returned to school, changed professions, or took a leave for personal reasons, among other things.

Concerns, Conditions and/or Professional Misconduct

Practice Information

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Professional Corporation Information

  • Christopher McCulloch Dentistry Professional Corporation 124 Edward St #461 Toronto, ON, CA M5G 1G6 Phone: 289-260-0276
    Certificate of Authorization Status:
    Cancelled at Corporation's Request
    Date of Cancellation:
    August 09, 2021
    Certificate of Authorization Issuance:
    April 13, 2004

Academic Information


Specialty Training

Columbia University, United States

Dental Degree

University of Toronto, Canada

This may not be a complete record of the member's academic information or continuing education.

Certificate(s) of Registration


Previous Certificate(s) of Registration

Specialty - Periodontist

Initial Date of Registration

Complaints & Reports Outcomes


Case File: 170417

Decision Date:
July 16, 2018

Specified Continuing Education or Remedial Program

Current Status:
Required Course
Recordkeeping, including documentation of informed consent and documenting prescriptions particulary where an opioid has been prescribed
Current Status:
Required Practice Monitoring - Office Visits
Practice to be monitored for 12 months following completion of course

Case File: 190089

Decision Date:
December 20, 2021


As a result of a report, the Inquiries, Complaints and Reports Committee decided to caution Dr. Christopher McCulloch as follows:

• Dr. McCulloch provided 84 oral moderate sedation cases without a facility permit and without having member authorization to do so. The panel strongly considered referring specified allegations of professional misconduct to the Discipline Committee, but decided to caution Dr. McCulloch instead as during the course of a Discipline Hearing as a result of another matter, he had undertaken to never practice dentistry again in Ontario or in any other jurisdiction.

• The panel was extremely concerned by Dr. McCulloch’s conduct in this case, as it demonstrated a complete disregard for patient safety and the College’s Standard of Practice. Treatment with sedation is one of the highest-risk activities in the practice of dentistry. There is a foreseeable risk that any given patient will react to sedative drugs in an unexpected manner, which could lead to them becoming more deeply sedated than planned, which carries associated risks.

Discipline Results


Case File: 21-0396

Date of Decision:


  • Charged excessive or unreasonable fees
  • Signed a certificate, report or similar document that contained a false, misleading or improper statement
  • Submitted a false or misleading account or charge


  • $3000 to be paid to College
  • Imposed Notification of Decision to Employer
  • Reprimand
Reasons for Decision
Decision Summary

This information was obtained from the register of the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario (