A trip to the dentist for most people is never an enjoyable experience, but many have to visit, and in rare cases the treatment you receive is negligent and can cause a whole host of problems. The loss of teeth is one of many outcomes from a medical accident at a dental surgery. Misdiagnosis of gum disease that can lead to extreme suffering for the patient is not uncommon.
All of these mistakes can be avoided and a medical professional must be held accountable for causing you pain as a result of an accident and mistreatment.
Many people regularly attend the dentist and if that’s you, and you have been the victim of a dental accident, you may feel victimised for actually going, as lots of people avoid it. Delayed treatment is a common occurrence, and while you strive to look after your teeth, the incompetence of a medical professional has left you with pain and suffering and most likely needing further treatment, or worse, replacement teeth. Stress and pain, along with many other complications, are not your fault, and you may be entitled to obtain compensation for the suffering caused, whether it’s emotional or financial.
At the Medical Accident Group, our expert solicitors have seen a large number of cases involving dental negligence, and dentists are continuing to practice while making mistakes. Dental injuries cannot only affect you financially, but the nature of dental work can mean that you become psychologically traumatised in terms of the aesthetic of your teeth.
The results of these accidents are enormous for those affected, and at the Medical Accident Group we have compassionate lawyers who understand your situation and will work tirelessly pursue your claim. We also have a team of specialist healthcare professionals who will work on your case and can help you understand the complexities of your claim. Please call our team for free on 0800 050 1668, and we will provide advice personal to you.
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