What Is Dental Negligence?
Types of Dental Claims
Dental negligence can come in a variety of forms. Below are some common examples, including but not limited to:
Missed or failed diagnosis
Extraction of the incorrect tooth/teeth
Failed radiology or imaging
Poor dentistry advice
How To Prove Dental Negligence
In order to pursue a dental negligence claim there must be sufficient evidence of the negligence. Below are the 3 main things you need to prove in order to make a claim:
- Breach – You must show how the dentist breached their duty by falling below the required duty of care.
- Causation – This means proving that the dentist’s breach, caused you harm.
- Damages – You must show as a result of the dentist’s negligence care, you suffered harm.
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