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Know the Limitation Period for Medical Negligence...

Posted in Medical Negligence on 11th Jun 2020
There are many concerns felt by medical negligence victims which can create doubt and hesitation in pursuing a claim. However, it is important to consider that the Limitation Period for the majority of Claimants is 3 Years – a time limit which is too often missed by victims of negligence. Missing this deadline can be devastasting for those impacted my medical negligence and all too often means they are left with no other options but to pay for damages out of their own pocket or not having access to treatment at all. We know the effects of medical...

Have You Fallen Victim To Dental Negligence?

Posted in Medical Negligence on 28th Apr 2020
Dental negligence is the term used when an avoidable injury is sustained as a result of poor care from a dental practitioner or hygienist. This type of negligence can occur in many different ways including the delay in treating a condition, such as gum disease, which may have led to the loss of teeth or the requirement to undergo constructive dental surgery such as bridges and implants. Perhaps there was negligent performance of the treatment, resulting in infection, damage to another tooth, or even a retained instrument. Elective dental surgery...

Root Canal Treatment

Posted in Medical Negligence on 28th Apr 2020
Root canal treatment is a dental procedure used to treat an infection at the centre of a tooth. Root canal treatment is not painful and can save a tooth that might otherwise have to be removed completely. Why might I need root canal treatment? If your tooth is damaged, bacteria can get inside it and cause an infection. The infection can then spread into the pulp inside the root canal. If an infection is not treated, it can spread further and cause an abscess, which is a collection of pus. This can be painful, tender and can cause swelling around...

Dental Implants and Correct Aftercare

Posted in Medical Negligence on 20th Apr 2020
A dental implant is used to support one or more false teeth. It is a titanium screw that can replace the root of a tooth when it fails. Just like a tooth root, it is placed into the jawbone. However, implant treatment is not for everyone and this something your dentist will need to assess. Whether implant treatment is something for you will depend on the condition of the bone in your jaw. Your dentist should arrange several special tests to find out the amount of bone present. If there is not enough, or if the bone isn't healthy enough, it may...
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