A professional dental cleaning is recommended for all patients at least once per year. This appointment is a more intensive version of cleaning your teeth at home and your dentist or hygienist will use special tools to remove plaque from all of the areas of your mouth – including your teeth and gums.
Your dental professional has a duty of care to provide the best possible care to their patients. However, there are instances when this fails to happen. This is known as dental negligence or malpractice and can lead to serious consequences for your dental health and even your general wellbeing.
Arizona Dental Law Group would like to provide information if you think you may have a malpractice claim. If you have a claim, call (602) 833-4200.
If you have been the victim of a botched dental procedure, call Arizona Dental Law Group in Arizona today to see how we can help at 602-833-4200.
Dental crowns are easily one of the most commonly placed restorations in dentistry and there are countless placed every day across the United States. These tooth-shaped covers serve a range of different purposes, making crowns one of the most diverse solutions available. However, despite their popularity and the relative simplicity with which they can be placed, they are not immune from problems. If you are unfortunate enough to experience complications with a crown as a result of a negligent dentist, you could be entitled to compensation for the problems that have ensued from the poor placement of your dental crown.
Wisdom teeth are by far the most commonly extracted of all teeth. Our wisdom teeth are the very last adult teeth to erupt, usually coming through during our mid to late teenage years, although some people find that it isn’t until their mid-twenties that their wisdom teeth are all the way through. Most people have four wisdom teeth, one in the very back of each of the corners of their mouth.
Orthodontics is the specialist branch of dentistry that focuses on the correction of the teeth and jaws when they are positioned improperly and are causing functional and often cosmetic issues. Orthodontic treatment is extremely common and has become a routine practice in dentistry. One of the most common elements of orthodontics is the use of braces, and it is estimated that around 4 million Americans currently wear conventional braces. In addition to this, there are other types of treatment including other special fixed appliances, removable aligners such as Invisalign, retainers, and jaw repositioning appliances. In some cases, extractions may be needed before orthodontic treatment can begin.
Despite our best efforts to find a competent and experienced dentist, accidents and injuries still occur. If you experience avoidable injury as a result of your dentist performing poorly, negligently or inappropriately, there are numerous effects it can have – on your health, your appearance, your confidence and even if your finances if you need to take time off of work or pay for further corrective treatment.
Just like other medical professionals, dentists have to make sure that the services that they provide meet certain standards in terms of quality and care. When it comes to choosing a dentist, it is important to spend plenty of time checking out their credentials, their experience, and their reviews to determine how other people think of them and whether they are considered to be competent, caring professionals. If you have done your research properly, chances are that you have found a great dentist. However, it is important to remember that even amazing dentists are only human, and mistakes occasionally do happen. And, well if you haven’t done your research then you are at high risk of a problem developing that could see you experiencing unnecessary pain and suffering, as well as putting your health at risk.
Learn more about the importance of giving your dentist your medical history as a new patient. For more information, contact us today at 6028334200.
Learn more about the possibility of a lawsuit for inaccurate or missed oral cancer diagnosis by calling us at 602-833-4200 today.
Pain after a root canal treatment could be a sign of a failed root canal. Learn about failed root canal symptoms and if you are entitled to malpractice compensation.
Dental negligence lawsuits often occur from malpractice during implant treatments, dental extractions, crowns and more. Learn more about common dental negligence lawsuits here.
Informed consent is required for a dentist to legally provide a patient with a medical treatment. Learn about informed consent and whether a case is eligible for a malpractice lawsuit.
Emotional distress caused by dental malpractice might be eligible for personal injury compensation. Learn more on if you can sue a dentist for emotional distress with the Arizona Dental Law Group.
Sometimes dentists accidentally break a patient's tooth, and in some cases when neglect is involved, the patient might be entitled to compensation. Learn more with the Arizona Dental Law Group.
An improperly filled cavity can lead to complications and even tooth loss. Learn how to tell if a cavity was filled wrong, and if you might be entitled to compensation.
Dental implant complications from negligence are not uncommon. Learn these complications, and when patients should seek legal actions towards malpractice.
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In America, dental negligence lawsuits often arise from botched treatments, unsterile equipment, and misdiagnosis. Learn more about the most common dental negligence lawsuits.
To win a dental malpractice case, there are a number of elements which prove a dentist is negligent. Learn more here.
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Are you suffering from poor dental care? Learn what constitutes as dental malpractice and rules for filing.
Dental malpractice, also sometimes referred to as dental negligence, is classified as an avoidable injury that has been caused by a dentist who has failed to take the proper care needed during your treatment or procedure.
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