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Dental Claims

Everybody, from babies to grandparents, visits the dentist either for routine treatment, such as regular check-ups, or due to an emergency. Dental treatment can be obtained through the NHS or via private clinics.

Every medical professional has a duty of care and the NHS and some private medical practices provide some of the best dental care in England, Scotland and Wales. Unfortunately, sometimes things can go wrong and people are unsure where to turn to get the problem fixed. Types of dental claims can include:

  • problem with fillings
  • root canal issues
  • extracting the wrong tooth or teeth
  • poor work on crowns
  • misdiagnosis on gum disease
  • prescribing the wrong medicine
  • chipping or breaking a tooth

There are a number of treatment options available to replace missing teeth. Read more here.

How will claiming for compensation for my dental treatment help?
Dental charges are very high and so claiming for your injury will allow you to secure the best compensation for further treatment to fix the problem you have endured, as well as for the pain and suffering that you have had to manage. We will help recover costs for items such as dental implants to cosmetic surgery (if it is required), which can be expensive, as part of the claim.

Let us help you bring back your smile. At NewLaw, we understand that you may not want to go back to the same dentist to have your treatment fixed or completed. To help put things right, we will help you claim for the cost of corrective dental treatment by another dentist.

Time limits
You should bring your claim within 3 years of the date of the negligent dental treatment, or within 3 years of you becoming aware that you had received dental treatment that you believe to be negligent.

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