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Dental Negligence

When visiting the dentist you should expect to receive the best possible care and treatment. However, through negligence, mistakes can occur with treatment, incorrect advice can be provided and diseases and decay can be missed.

Dental negligence can cause pain and suffering, the need to undergo further treatment and, in some cases, the loss of teeth. Victims of dental negligence can also suffer other losses, such as a loss of earnings and travel expenses incurred by making frequent trips to dental appointments.

No Win No Fee Dental Negligence Solicitors

The team at Pryers have many years of experience in pursuing and settling dental negligence claims. We have secured thousands of pounds in compensation for our clients, including compensation for pain and suffering and funds to pay for treatment to restore teeth which have been lost through negligence.

To read some of our recent dental negligence success stories click here.

Dental negligence claims can be complex, so we promise to provide you with clear, jargon-free, advice and support at every stage of your claim.

We pursue dental negligence claims on a No Win No Fee basis, meaning that there is no financial risk to you.

Types of Dental Negligence Claims

There are many different types of dental negligence claim:

Neglect or mistakes by dentists and dental technicians

We appreciate that the majority of dental care is of a high standard, however there are times when dentists and their technicians make mistakes, or miss the opportunity to act on early symptoms, thereby causing unnecessary pain and suffering. This can also lead to expensive remedial dentistry that may not have initially been necessary.

Typical dental errors or mistakes can include:

Claims due to errors in cosmetic dentistry

There are an increasing number of claims being made which involve accidents and errors during cosmetic dentistry. Mistakes and errors by dentists and dental technicians can occur during bleaching, the fitting of cosmetic veneers, crowns, bridges and in other types of orthodontics. These claims can all be pursued on a No Win No Fee basis.

Dental Implant Compensation

One of the main solutions to replace a missing tooth is by using a dental implant. This is a specialist area of treatment, and sometimes dental implants can be fitted incorrectly, which leads to painful and expensive remedial treatment. Claiming compensation is a way to seek recompense for this treatment, and the experienced dental team at Pryers can help advise and guide you through your claim.

Dental Negligence

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There are strict time limits for bringing dental negligence claims, so contact our expert team today for a confidential, no-obligation, discussion about your claim.

Simply call us on 1904556600, email us at help@pryers.co.uk or fill in the form opposite and we will contact you.

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