|(a) A sedation/anesthesia permit is valid for the dentist's facility, if any, as well as any satellite facility. (b) A Texas licensed dentist who holds the Board-issued privilege of portability on or before June 1, 2011 will automatically continue to hold that privilege provided the dentist complies with the renewal requirements of this section. (c) Portability of a sedation/anesthesia permit will be granted to a dentist who, after June 1, 2011, applies for portability, if the dentist: (1) holds a Level 4 Deep Sedation/General Anesthesia permit; (2) holds a Level 3 Moderate Parenteral Sedation permit and the permit was granted based on education received in conjunction with the completion of a oral and maxillofacial specialty education program or a dental anesthesia program; or (3) holds a Level 3 Moderate Parenteral Sedation permit and if: (A) the training for the permit was obtained on the basis of completion of any of the following American Dental Association (ADA) Commission on Dental Accreditation (CODA) recognized or approved programs: (i) a specialty program; (ii) a general practice residency; (iii) an advanced education in general dentistry program; or (iv) a continuing education program. Dentists seeking a portability privilege designation based on this method of education shall also successfully complete no less than sixty (60) hours of didactic instruction and manage no less than twenty (20) dental patients by the intravenous route of administration; and (B) the applicant provides proof of administration of no less than thirty (30) cases of personal administration of Level 3 sedation on patients in a primary or satellite practice location within the six (6) month period preceding the application for portability, but following the issuance of the sedation permit. Acceptable documentation shall include, but not be limited to, patient records demonstrating the applicant's anesthetic technique, as well as provision of services by the applicant within the minimum standard of care. (d) A dentist providing anesthesia services utilizing a portability permit remains responsible for providing these services in strict compliance with all applicable laws and rules. The dentist shall ascertain that the location is supplied, equipped, staffed, and maintained in a condition to support provision of anesthesia services that meet the standard of care. (e) Any applicant whose request for portability status is not granted on the basis of the application will be provided an opportunity for hearing pursuant to Texas Government Code, Chapter 2001 et seq.