Dental surgery is a diverse area and can include a large variety of cosmetic alterations to teeth and gums. Traditionally, qualified dentists have carried out dental surgery procedures, although a number of cosmetic surgeries have recently branched out into cosmetic dentistry as well. Typical cosmetic dental surgery alterations include teeth whitening, dental veneers and teeth straightening.

Whilst dentists often have considerable experience and expertise in dental surgery, there is still the possibility that issues can arise that result in the need for dental negligence claims.

Indeed, because the standard of dental surgery in the UK is usually very high, it can make occurrences of dental surgery that have gone wrong even more alarming.

That’s why if you’re experiencing severe pain, or simply dissatisfaction, after dental surgery you should contact Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors about our dental negligence claims process.

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Discovering more about dental negligence claims

At Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors, we deal with a very wide range of cosmetic surgery claims, and this extends to dental negligence claims. Some solicitors only have limited experience in dental negligence claims, whereas because cosmetic surgery is our specialism, we have an unparalleled knowledge and understanding of how to make dental surgery claims.

We have learnt from experience that dental negligence claims are often highly distinct and unique to the individual. But in addition, we have also noticed that certain dental surgery claims have a much higher prevalence than others. To help you decide if your concern over dental negligence is relevant, we have detailed below some of the most common dental negligence claims.

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Loose fillings and crowns: Fillings are one of the most common examples of dental surgery in the UK, and therefore dental negligence claims against fillings are one of the most common as well. It is commonplace for fillings to become loose over a long period, but if you have only recently had dental surgery and your fillings have already loosened or have fallen out, you may have been exposed to dental negligence.

It is a similar case with crowns, which are designed to protect and cover the part of the tooth above the gum line. If you have found that your crown has already fallen out after recent dental surgery, you could be due significant dental surgery compensation.

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Bad dental implants

This dental surgery procedure is often necessary if there are several missing teeth in the mouth. Dental implants are small screws that are placed into the jawbone to act as a new root.

Crowns are then placed over the dental implant to create the appearance of a real tooth. In a similar fashion to lose fillings and crowns, if the dental implants are not sufficiently attached due to dental negligence, substantial dental surgery claims could be due.

If you believe your dental implants have fallen out due to negligence, speak to one of our dental surgery solicitors about maiking a

dental negligence claim today. Fill out our make a claim call back form now

Incorrect tooth extraction: One of the most surprising dental surgery claims our dental negligence solicitors

have encountered is incorrect tooth extraction. Whilst dentists are highly trained and qualified professionals, there is always a possibility for human error.

This drastic example of dental negligence results in patients losing a normal, healthy tooth whilst still suffering with the painful or bad tooth which was supposed to be extracted in the first place. In this instance, you will need to contact our team of cosmetic solicitors to discuss our dental negligence claims process, as you will have a very strong case.

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No improvement: Suffering from no improvement after dental surgery can also be a valid case for making dental negligence claims. This applies to several dental ailments, including gum disease, root canal pain and tooth decay.

A failure to treat these problems can be a clear example of dental negligence. If you are still in pain, or still have significant concerns since your dental surgery, you may have been the victim of bad dental surgery.

If this is found to be correct, you will need to make a claim and start the dental negligence claims process.

Our dental negligence solicitors have found it is possible to secure significant compensation for dental surgery claims in this area.

What you need to do to make dental negligence claims

We’re here to help make your dental surgery claim as straightforward as possible. If you think you have been the victim of one of the dental surgery claims listed above, all you need to do now is make a claim using the online call back form or call 0800 634 02 85.

Our dental negligence solicitors are highly knowledgeable in what conditions to look for in making dental negligence claims.

And even if your dental surgery ailment is not detailed in the dental negligence claims we have described, you should still talk to us as it’s likely we can still help you seek dental surgery compensation.

Make a claim now online to contact one of our dental negligence solicitors about dental negligence claims or call 0800 634 02 85.