If your veneers went wrong due a negligent dental procedure, the expert legal team at Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors can help you make a claim for compensation.
Established in 2000, we were the first law firm in England and Wales to specialise in dental negligence claims and we have a 95% success rate on all cases pursued after obtaining medical evidence. If you are looking for legal support, our lawyers have the skills and experience you need to secure a successful veneer negligence claim.
Compensation can help towards corrective dental surgery or addressing any physical or emotional trauma you may have experienced. To date we have secured over £4 million in compensation for our clients. Get in touch and find out if our dedicated team of specialist lawyers can help you make a successful dental veneer claim on a no win, no fee basis.
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WHY Choose cOSMETIC SURGERY SOLICITORS?
At Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors, we offer a sympathetic, straightforward and professional approach to all cosmetic dental treatment claims.
Undertaking cosmetic dental treatment is an extremely personal decision to make, and when it goes wrong it can be deeply distressing for those that have been affected. Headed by partner Russell Sutton, our team has extensive experience with veneer cases, so you can be sure that we’ll always put you first and work to obtain the best outcome for you.
We work on a no win, no fee basis - so you won’t have to pay us a penny if your case isn’t successful. Our fee comes out of the award you receive if your case is successful - giving you the confidence to pursue your case without the pressure of paying for legal fees.
How long will the claims process take?
The duration of the compensation process can vary widely depending on the circumstances of each case, and our solicitors take care to review each claim on an individual basis. As soon as you start your claim, your dedicated lawyer will discuss with you exactly what to expect throughout the process, including the involved timescales.
See the full claims process here for more information on what you can expect.
what are the signs my veneers have gone wrong?
You may have been a victim of clinical negligence if any of the following applies to you:
- Overtly sensitive teeth - veneers usually involve removing enamel from the tooth. Some sensitivity after the procedure is to be expected, but if it lasts more than three to six months after veneers have been placed it could indicate a problem with the procedure. For instance, dental cement may have come loose, or the nerve may have been exposed and infected
- Damaged teeth - dentin, one of the four major components of any tooth can become damaged during the enamel removal process. Poorly fitted veneers can fundamentally alter the alignment of a patient's bite, which can lead to dental sensitivity, pain while eating or, in extreme cases, jaw pain and bruxism
How can we Help?
If your quality of life has been negatively affected following a botched veneers procedure, then we are here to help you make a legal claim for compensation.
Compensation can go some way to addressing any physical or emotional trauma you have experienced, and it can also help to pay for any corrective surgery or psychological help that you may need. Additionally, a successful claim can help to prevent future patients from suffering in the same way you have at the hands of the negligent clinic or practitioner.
HOW TO PICK A SAFE COSMETIC DENTIST
The team at Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors has compiled this checklist to help you find a safe and reputable cosmetic dentist.