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Dental Crown Treatment & Negligence

Posted in Medical Negligence on 8th Apr 2020
A crown is an artificial restoration that fits over the remaining part of your tooth, making it strong and giving it the shape of a natural tooth. A crown is sometimes known as a 'dental cap'. Why would I need a crown? There are multiple indications for crowns. Some of the common ones include: To strengthen a tooth after it has had root canal treatment; Trauma – to restore broken teeth; To strengthen teeth with very large fillings; To improve the appearance of discoloured teeth or to improve the shape of teeth; As part of a bridge; On top of an...

Cosmetic Surgery Negligence

Posted in Medical Negligence on 7th Apr 2020
When you make the decision to undergo Cosmetic Surgery, you have not made this lightly. You will have researched in great detail about the procedure, the Hospital and surgeon who you have chosen to provide the treatment. If this treatment is undertaken poorly, you are understandably upset, not just at the outcome, but also the feeling that the funds that went into it have been wasted. On 20th May 2019, the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons released its annual audit, highlighting a modest increase in procedures and the common types...

Heart Attack Misdiagnosis a Deadly Mistake

Posted in Medical Negligence on 20th Mar 2020
Why is Heart Attack Misdiagnosis a Deadly Mistake? Urgent Heart Attack Treatment Can Save Lives After a heart attack, receiving treatment to get the blood flowing to the damaged part of the heart muscle is absolutely imperative and could save your live. Urgent treatment can not only save lives, it will also dictate the amount of permanent damage to the heart muscle. Many people who have a heart attack need to have emergency treatment to unblock the coronary artery. However, we know that medical professionals frequently misdiagnose heart attacks. How...
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