Dental Law Partnership Wins £12,000 Compensation for Failed Bridge Victim
The Dental Law Partnership has successfully won £12,000 dental compensation for an extensive bridge failure suffered by one of their clients.
The firm were able to claim £12,000 in dental compensation despite the fact that her original dentist did not accept liability.
Their client, a 53 year old woman from South West England contacted the Dental Law Partnership after her dentist installed inadequate bridgework which created a number of issues.
After visiting the dentist in question during 2010, the dental professional drew up a treatment plan for her dental problems which included an extensive bridgework and a number of crowns. The treatment would affect a total of 15 teeth.
The procedure was carried out in May 2010, but this would turn out to just be the beginning.
After the bridge was fitted, the patient was forced to return to the dental practice on several occasions to complain of a gap between her gum and the top of the bridge. As if that was not enough, the bridge appeared to make her teeth appear grey.
Despite these rather marked issues, the womanís dentist failed to provide a solution to her complaints. For this reason, she ultimately opted to seek a different dentist.
Upon doing so, the patient was informed that the bridgework that had been provided had a number of defects. It was uneven and deemed clinically unsatisfactory. The bridgework would need to be completely replaced.
She contacted the Dental Law Partnership in order to claim dental compensation. The firm were able to claim £12,000 in dental compensation despite the fact that her original dentist did not accept liability.
Dental negligence can have a lasting effect on a subjectís entire way of life, but compensation is available to the victims of unsatisfactory dental work.
The Dental Law Partnership team is made up of experienced solicitors and in-house dentists, providing unique expertise and insight. Patients who believe they have a right to compensation for poor dental work, can find out quickly if they have grounds for a claim.
For more information, visit http://www.dentallaw.co.uk or call 0800 0853 823 to speak to one of our advisers.
For more information, call Freephone 0800 0853 823 or pay a visit to http://dentallaw.co.uk.
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