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Types of Dental Injury Claim

Types of Dental Injury Claim

If your dentist has made mistakes when treating you or, through their negligence, has caused you further dental problems, or made an issue worse that could have been avoided, you may be eligible to claim compensation.

Dentists have a duty of care to their patients and if you have been let down by a dental professional, you may be able to seek a measure of justice through a dental negligence claim. There are lots of types of treatment or dental procedures that do, in rare cases, go wrong due to the negligence of the dentist performing them. If you have been a victim of this, and have suffered physically, psychologically or financially as a result, you could be able to claim compensation.

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Common types of dental negligence injury

Some of the most common types of dental negligence injury include:

Jaw fracture dental negligence claims

Whilst experiencing a jaw fracture because of dental negligence is rare, these things do sometimes happen, and you might have been let down by a denti...

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Compensation for Wrong Tooth Extraction

Although, in most cases, a tooth extraction is a fairly risk-free procedure that is performed without any issues, there can be some cases in which the...

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Infections after dental work

If you have visited the dentist recently and think that you may be suffering from an infection that has occurred after you were treated, you should re...

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Pain after dental work

Depending on the specific dental procedure you have undergone, there is often likely to be some pain, soreness or sensitivity in the affected area for...

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Wisdom teeth

Wisdom teeth, which are often referred to as third molars, are the last set of teeth that come through (erupt) – usually during the late teens or tw...

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Restorative Dentistry

A lot of restorative dental claims can be attributed to a dentist not diagnosing or treating tooth decay in the first place, or providing the incorr...

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Oral Cancer

At your regular dental check-ups, your dentist has a responsibility to screen for any potentially serious conditions in the mouth, including cancer. U...

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Gum Disease

If it is caught in its early stages, gum disease can usually be treated effectively. However, if your dentist fails to spot the signs, it can lead to ...

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Cavity Fillings

Fillings are a restorative dental treatment, used when a tooth has been damaged or has decayed. They are called cavity fillings because the procedure ...

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Fillings

Dental fillings are used as a restorative measure in teeth that have been affected by decay or damage. It is a common procedure and most fillings are ...

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Tooth Extractions

Although the majority of tooth extractions are completed without any complications, there may be occasions where problems arise. During an extraction,...

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Tooth Decay

Tooth decay, sometimes also known as dental caries, is one of the most common conditions to affect both adults and children in the UK and can cause to...

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Cosmetic Dentistry Claims

Lots of dental treatment types fall under cosmetic dentistry. Some treatments are much more invasive than others and have varying degrees of longevit...

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Tooth Nerve damage

There are a number of dental procedures that can, if the dentist doesn’t take adequate care or is not competent enough to carry out the treatment, r...

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Contact the Dental Law Partnership

If you feel that you may have been the victim of negligence or have suffered pain, financial loss and embarrassment as a result, you could be eligible to make a claim.

Call our specialist team of solicitors today on Freephone 0800 0853 823 and get things started. Our initial advice is free with no obligation to proceed.

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If you choose to go ahead, our dental negligence solicitors will fight to ensure you are awarded the compensation you deserve to reimburse you for your expenses as well as making up for the pain and inconvenience you have suffered.

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