Our Clinical & Medical Negligence Experts are able to support people who have suffered because of negligence.
Call us on 0161 685 0070 so we can provide you with expert legal advice at no cost to you.

Our Clinical & Medical Negligence Claims are funded by a  No Win, No Fee agreement. This means there is no financial risk to you.
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If you believe that the pain or injuries you have suffered are a direct result of negligence during any dental treatment, then we advise you to speak to speak to us today.

Any case where a dentist has performed poorly, negligently or inappropriately which results in avoidable harm being caused to a patient can lead to a dental negligence compensation claim.

What is dental negligence?

Dental malpractice, or dental negligence, can be defined as avoidable injury caused by a dentist who fails to take the proper care.


Types of Dental Negligence Claims



Dental negligence, may involve harm to the patient, whether through poorly performed procedures, incompetence, or failure to diagnose. This may involve severing a nerve, pulling the wrong tooth or failing to diagnose decay resulting in further problems.

Serious injury

Serious harm to a patient can be a feature of dental malpractice with some patients experiencing life changing injuries. A dentist may cause a serious infection due to unsafe practices, fail to diagnose a case of oral cancer, or improperly use dental tools resulting in permanent injury.

Informed consent

Your dentist is responsible for informing you of any of the risks involved with your treatment or proposed treatments as well as any side effects and risks to your health. If you are treated and not made fully aware of these risks beforehand and something goes wrong, you could have grounds for a compensation claim.


 There are many aspects of dentistry where issues can arise;

Tooth Decay
Gum Disease
Restorative Surgey
Cosmetic Surgery


Dentists owe their patients a duty of care. If you suffer pain or injury because of a lapse in providing this duty of care or if you have suffered unnecessary pain or loss as a result of a dentist breaching their professional duty, we may be able to help you make a dental negligence compensation claim[/vc_column_text][vc_empty_space][vc_row_inner][vc_column_inner width=”5/6″][vc_column_text]

Contact one of our legal experts today to discuss your claim. We offer free friendly and professional advice.
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