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While errors during dental treatment and surgery are rare, when they do occur the damage can lead to considerable damage, injury, pain, and loss of function.
With the growth in the number and type of dental services available in Ireland in recent decades, the price of choice can sometimes come in the form of poor quality and standards. Dental errors are not solely made by dentists; any persons offering dental care, including technicians, hygienists, orthodontists and surgeons, must act to the standard of their peers. Indeed, all professionals in the dental sector have a duty of care to their patients, and therefore must do everything possible to explain the risks of the procedure being provided and to mitigate and control those risks as much as possible.
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We have both the legal expertise and understanding of the real-life challenges faced by individuals and their families following such events. Our solicitors will manage the process entirely on your behalf; compiling the information necessary for your case, including medical notes and managing the submission of your medical negligence claim.
Dental negligence can occur in many forms, including (but not limited to):
Claims following negligent dental treatment may cover two areas of loss:
By allowing us to handle your claim on your behalf, you can focus on what is most important – your recovery and care, or that of your family member or loved one.
At Lavelle Partners LLP, we have worked with many clients who have suffered serious medical negligence, successfully bringing claims on their behalf where it was due to negligence by another party. Here are some of our recent cases.
For further information on making a claim following health problems caused due to dental negligence in Ireland, please contact Lavelle Partners in confidence on (01) 644 5800 or email Avril Scally at firstname.lastname@example.org
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