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Orthodontics is the branch of dentistry providing treatment to improve the positioning of teeth.

Unfortunately, there are a growing number of claims where patients have not received the best care in orthodontics, with negligence causing pain, suffering and injury.

Orthodontics claims

Some common mistakes, which are likely to provide grounds to make a claim, are:

  • A failure to properly assess a patient and carefully plan the treatment. In these circumstances, a patient may receive unsuitable treatment and injury may be caused, including the loss of teeth.
  • With orthodontic treatment, teeth may need to be extracted to ease overcrowding or to expose adult teeth which are still within the gum. Unfortunately, negligence and poor planning can lead to the extraction of the wrong tooth or teeth.

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

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