Dr. Scott Harrington is expected to talk with state Dentistry Board executives sometime today.
Board executives say they expect to talk with Harrington and his attorney by phone about the accusations against his practice.
Of the 7,000 Tulsa patients that were urged to get tested for Hepatitis and HIV, some 2,400 have been tested by the Tulsa Health Department as of yesterday.
Harrington, who has been a dentist for 36 years, voluntarily surrendered his medical license on March 20.
He faces an April 19 hearing on his temporary suspension and could have his certification revoked.
His attorney, Jim Secrest II, said last week that Harrington was cooperating with investigators and noted that his previous record with the dental board was "impeccable."
The board said that Harrington is a "menace to the public health" in a 17-count complaint that alleges his practice had poor cleaning procedures for its equipment.
Investigators said needles were re-inserted in drug vials after their initial use, drug vials were used on multiple patients and the office had no written infection-protection procedure.
Also, dental assistants were allowed to administer IV sedation, which is supposed to be done by a licensed professional.
The device used to sterilize equipment hadn't been inspected in at least six years. It is supposed to be checked monthly.