Whether you need to visit a dentist for a routine check-up or a more complicated procedure, you should always expect to receive the highest level of care. However, if something does go wrong, our Dental Negligence Solicitors can help you receive the compensation you deserve.
If you see either a private or an NHS dentist, or had dental treatment in a hospital, we can help you make a claim for negligent treatment.
Dental Injury Solicitors
Some examples of dental negligence claims we have dealt with include:
- Inadequate or incorrect fillings
- Inadequate or incorrect crowns
- Inadequate root canal treatment
- Failed implants
- Extraction of the wrong tooth or teeth
- Incorrect fitting of implants
- Failed bridgework or orthodontic treatment
- Inadequate cosmetic dental procedures
No Win No Fee Dental Negligence Claims
Garratts Solicitors have over 30 years' experience in helping people to obtain compensation when planned treatment has gone wrong. We offer a no obligation, initial consultation and the majority of our cases are funded by a 'No Win No Fee' Agreement so there's no financial risk to you.
We have offices in Oldham, Ashton, Newton Heath, Radcliffe, Stalybridge and Worsley and you can be seen at any of these offices to suit you. Alternatively, we can offer a home or hospital visit for people who are unable to attend our offices.
Call our Oldham Clinical Negligence Solicitors on 0161 665 3502 today or complete our online enquiry form.
Dental Negligence Case Studies
Negligent Dental Treatment/Removal of Teeth/ Defective Bridgework/Gaps in teeth
Mr T received negligent/substandard dental treatment from his dentist, orthodontist and hospital orthodontic department following a skateboarding accident when his front teeth were irreparably damaged when he was 10 years old. Mr T underwent various unsuccessful treatments including removal of teeth, bridgework, repairs, false teeth and leaving client with embarrassing gaps in his teeth and difficulties in biting and chewing food.
He suffered painful and traumatic ineffective dental procedures that were probably unnecessary and inappropriate whilst suffering socially, emotionally and educationally as a result of the unsightly appearance of his mouth and significant time absent from school and college to undergo the various treatments and subsequently to recover from same. He underwent numerous x-rays and also unnecessary and ineffective surgery in hospital.
He has been left with continuing problems with his teeth and gums which may result in further and continuing treatment and constant maintenance but which will never achieve the results that he was promised at the outset. The negligent treatment, unnecessary removal of teeth, defective bridgework and resulting gaps in his teeth were all actionable and Garratts secured compensation for Mr T in the sum of £15,000.