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Dental Malpractice

A regular visit to the dentist is important to maintain oral hygiene. From time to time, it may also be necessary to visit your dental care provider for more than a regular checkup due to pain or other special care. When visiting your dental care provider, it is the responsibility of a licensed dentist to cause no harm and properly diagnose serious conditions.

Common Cause of Dental Malpractice

Failure to properly diagnose serious issues or causing harm to a patient should never be the outcome of a visit and may be grounds for a dental malpractice claim. Some of the common grounds for dental malpractice claims include:

  • Complications as a result of improper implants where the supporting bone structure was not adequate
  • Delayed or failed diagnosis of significant oral diseases or conditions causing further damage
  • Surgical mistakes resulting in damage including nerve, tissue, and bone damage
  • The use of improper or defective dental tools and products
  • Complications arising from treatments, removal of wisdom teeth, or other procedures
  • Improper or incorrect administration of anesthesia or related complications

If your dentist, orthodontist, periodontist, or endodontist has been negligent or fails to properly diagnose or treat a condition that is contrary to the accepted dental practices or procedures causing injury, prolong discomfort, or pain contact our dental malpractice Lawyers.

You may be entitled to compensation if you have had to have corrective surgery, missed work, suffer from permanent damage, disfigurement, or the loss of sensation.

Call us (416) 754-9962 to speak with our experienced personal injury lawyers who will answer your questions and provide a free case evaluation that will get you the best possible settlement.

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