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Types of Dental Negligence Claim

Types of Dental Negligence Claim

If you have been let down by a dental professional and they have failed to correctly diagnose or treat you, or have made mistakes when carrying out treatment, you may not be aware that you could be eligible to make a dental negligence claim.

There are several ways in which dentists can be deemed negligent, under law, and if you have suffered physically, psychologically or financially as a result of your dentist’s actions (or inaction), you may be able to make a claim and receive compensation for what has happened to you.

Common types of dental negligence claim

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

Failure To Treat Claims

This type of dental negligence relates to instances when a dental professional fails to appropriately treat a condition that you, their patient, suffe...

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Failure To Diagnose

If you have visited your dentist with an issue regarding your oral health and they have failed to examine you correctly, or if they have diagnosed you...

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Failure To Obtain Patient Consent

It is a legal requirement that a dentist obtains consent from their patient before conducting any treatment. Many patients accept whatever treatment t...

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Dental negligence claims for injury

The injuries caused by dental negligence can take many forms, but all have a negative impact on the life of the victim to some degree. They may experi...

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Contact the Dental Law Partnership

If you feel that you may have been the victim of dental negligence or have suffered pain, financial loss and embarrassment as a result of dental work in England or Wales, you could be eligible to make a dental negligence 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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