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.
Have you or a loved one suffered a complication from dental sedation? Learn about dental sedation and complications that might qualify as negligence.
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.
Not sure if a dentist is experienced enough for your treatment? Here are some red flags to watch for at a dentist's office to avoid a dental malpractice case.
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.
Trying to find a trustworthy dentist? Arizona Dental Law Group offer tips for finding a quality dentist, and avoiding dental malpractice cases.