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In recent years the examinations and tests for diagnosing cancer have improved greatly. This is significant, as with cancer it is essential that an early diagnosis is provided. This is true for all cancers, including oral cancer.

Unfortunately, dentists sometimes make mistakes and –

  • fail to recognise that symptoms are those of oral cancer,
  • incorrectly diagnose symptoms as being of another less serious condition,
  • fail to undertake the necessary examinations.

In the above circumstances an urgent referral for further investigation is not made and there is a delay in the diagnosis of oral cancer.

A delay in the diagnosis of oral cancer can lead to further pain and suffering, less effective treatment, fewer treatment options and sadly, in the worst cases, reduced life expectancy and death.

No Win No Fee Dental Negligence Solicitors

The team at Pryers have many years of experience of investigating, pursuing and resolving claims involving all types of cancer, including oral cancer.

If you have concerns over the treatment which you, a friend or a family member has received, then speak with our expert team today. Call us on 01904 55 66 00 for a confidential, no-obligation, discussion. Alternatively, email us at help@pryers.co.uk or fill in the form opposite and we will contact you.

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