As one of the most unpopular past times, visiting the dentist is something that many people generally try to avoid, but every six months it seems that we cannot evade that inevitable trip into the dental chair. A six month check–up can help you keep your teeth in top condition and hopefully prevent any further dental work down the track. In addition, your dentist will be able to alert you to any potential dental health issues and provide you with adequate treatment to relieve you of any pain or discomfort that you are suffering.

Although in general dentists do a great job at maintaining our oral health, from time to time through negligence they may miss or incorrectly treat a dental health issue. As a result you could be left with the need for further surgery or further pain and suffering.

HOW MEDICAL COMPENSATION 4U CAN HELP YOU WITH YOUR DENTAL NEGLIGENCE CLAIM

When it comes to making a claim for dental negligence, the Medical Compensation 4U team are experts in the field. With a wealth of knowledge and experience throughout our team, you can be guaranteed that our personal injury claims meet the highest standards – with the aim of ensuring a successful outcome on your behalf.

Dental negligence claims can be particularly serious as in many situations they will lead to further dental work – and this type of work is incredibly expensive. Negligence on behalf of your dentist can leave you seriously out of pocket so it’s important that you make a claim for what you are entitled to and the team at Medical Compensation 4U will be there with you through every step of the process, leaving you to sit back and relax knowing that your personal injury claim is in safe hands.

WHAT TYPES OF DENTAL NEGLIGENCE CLAIMS CAN WE WORK WITH?

Medical Compensation 4U deal regularly with a whole host of dental negligence claims, but some of the most common instances that we deal with include:

  • Negligence claims due to careless work
  • Negligence claims due to incorrect or inadequate work
  • Negligence claims due to misdiagnosis or missed diagnosis.

AM I ELIGIBLE FOR A PERSONAL INJURY CLAIM?

The cost of any form of dental work is incredibly expensive and for this reason it can be a popular choice when it comes to personal injury claims. If you can prove that your dentist has been negligent towards you then you could be eligible for a compensation pay out. This could cover the cost of your existing treatment and any further treatment that you require, in addition to any loss of income that you have incurred as a result.