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With tooth extractions a dentist should properly assess the tooth to be removed, carefully plan the procedure and then exercise care when performing the extraction. A failure to do so may lead to a mistake and cause injury to the patient.

For more information on wisdom teeth extractions, please click here.

Tooth extractions

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

  • The wrong tooth is extracted.
  • A serious fracture of the jaw bone is caused by the dentist using excessive force.
  • Damage is caused to a nerve where the dentist failed to exercise proper care.
  • Damage to other teeth, bridges or crowns.

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