Do you need an experienced dental malpractice lawyer? Swaye Crannie Boyd has successfully been representing the rights of dental malpractice victims throughout southern Ontario, ranking us among Ontario and Canada's most experienced and enduring personal injury law firms.
Dental malpractice pertains to an injury as a direct result of negligent dental work or a failure to diagnose or sufficiently and accurately treat a dental condition. Dental malpractice can also refer to intentional misconduct on the part of a dentist. In layman’s terms, every patient is entitled to a standard of care that is typical of the standard any other dentist would offer. Potential catastrophic dental procedures can include loss of nerve sensation, loss of the ability to taste, oral surgery error, persistent difficulty in speaking following a dental procedure, sustained difficulty in eating subsequent to a dental procedure or Temporomandibular Joint disorder.
A fear of dentists is common and called dentophobia and in cases of dental malpractice or negligence, it is easily warranted. Hardly anyone enjoys visiting the dentist and though the industry has modernized, most people associate the dental experience with pain. While complications and significant loss or pain at the hands of a negligent dentist are not common, they can and do occur. At personal injury law firm Swaye Crannie Boyd we're here to help and you'll always find us as close as a phone call away. We have years of successful experience of in dental malpractice claims and cases.
Should you require a personal injury lawyer as a result of dental malpractice or negligence at the hands of a dentist, or if you simply have questions pertaining to understanding your rights around such a situation, we're available to assist you in discovering your options and your entitlement to seek legal recourse. Swaye Crannie Boyd has been serving Southern Ontario for over 50 years ranking us among Ontario and Canada's most established, experienced and enduring personal injury law firms.
When A Dental Procedure Becomes Dental Malpractice
Dental malpractice or dentist negligence may include things such as failure to inform of treatment options resulting in a failure to meet the required standard of care; negligence in proper diagnosis; permanent nerve damage caused by dental implants; nerve damage from tooth extractions; improper treatments resulting in permanent damage; faulty procedures and restorations; use of faulty materials or products; medication errors; or incorrect dental surgery procedures.
Similar to medical malpractice, dental malpractice or negligence compensation can extend to present and future dental and/or resulting medical expenses; diminished quality of life; lost wages; pain and suffering, wrongful death in some situations, and more.
Confidential Dental Malpractice Consultation
Should you require the professional services of a personal injury lawyer relating to dental malpractice anywhere in Southern Ontario, including Hamilton, Toronto, Brantford, Burlington, Oshawa, Whitby, Oakville and St. Catharines, contact personal injury law firm Swaye Crannie Boyd. We are here and happy to help and we ensure you don’t pay until you win. Please don’t hesitate to contact Swaye Crannie Boyd at 905-524-2861 for a confidential consultation.
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