If your dentist has failed to remove the nerve completely or failed to fill the canal(s) appropriately, allowing infection to occur and requiring further treatment, then you could be entitled to make a dental negligence claim.
Allowing the dental instrument to pierce the root canal would be evidence that the dentist has not exercised a sufficient level of skill and care.
EAD’s sympathetic, specialist team, will be able to offer expert advice and practical support. Following a free consultation, we will advise whether you have a valid dental negligence claim. If we are in a position to assist you further, it is likely that your claim will be pursued on a no-win, no-fee basis.
For more information on making a claim for an incorrect root canal please fill out a claim form or call us today on 0151 735 1000.
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