Trips to the dentist are rarely pleasant, but treatment usually sorts out toothaches, infections or other dental problems. However, things can go wrong and if you suspect your dentist’s work is below standard, it’s important that you take advice and understand your rights.
The after effects of negligent dental treatment can include you struggling to eat, difficulty sleeping and having to take time off work. As cosmetic dentistry, such as the fitting of veneers, implants, bridges and tooth whitening, continue to grow in popularity, we are also starting to see a growing number of cases in this area of dentistry where things have gone wrong.
Making a Dental Negligence Claim
We realise that the thought of pursuing a claim may be daunting, but our specialist dental negligence solicitors will provide expert advice and support throughout the entire process – doing everything they can to ensure that you remain fully informed throughout the claim process.
If you believe you have been a victim of dental negligence and would like to speak to a solicitor about your experience, and whether you may be eligible to bring a claim, Farleys can help you receive compensation for the pain, suffering and any financial loss you have incurred as a result, regardless of whether you received treatment from the NHS or on a private basis.