Pensacola dentist Charles Stamitoles accused of touching patients, employees

A Pensacola dentist who is accused of inappropriately touching three women also has multiple reprimands and a revoked Georgia license to practice dentistry.

Charles Stamitoles has operated the Stamitoles Dental Center of Creighton Road since 2001 and has legally practiced dentistry in Florida and Georgia since 1984, according to the Florida and Georgia boards of dentistry.

ECSO deputies arrested Stamitoles on May 27 and June 2 for allegedly inappropriately touching an employee and multiple patients between 2020 and 2022.

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One charge includes a patient who was inappropriately patted multiple times while lying down for a procedure. Stamitoles is currently out on bond.

These accusations and arrests are not the first time Stamitoles has encountered the law or the disciplinary action of a governing body.