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Dental crown claims

Advice and assistance from Cohen Cramer

If you have received poor treatment at your dentists when having a dental crown fitted then Cohen Cramer Solicitors can help you claim the compensation that you deserve.

A dental crown (sometimes known as a cap) is a tooth shaped “cap” that fits over the remaining part of the damaged ‘host’ tooth and is used to repair broken teeth, or teeth that have been weakened by decay or a very large filling.

Crowns can also be used for cosmetic purposes or to hold a bridge or denture.

Regardless of the purpose of the crown, or the method of fixing, it is essential that the work is carried out to a high standard by your dentist; a well fitted crown should last for up to 10 years and should, after the initial discomfort of fitting, be painless.

If your dentist does not have the required expertise or is negligent in fitting the crown then you may suffer from one or more of the following:

• Decay of the ‘host’ tooth
• Shattering or cracking of the crown
• Nerve damage during preparation of the ‘host’ tooth

Regardless of the cause of your pain and suffering we can help you claim compensation and damages. We will also look to recover repayment of the original treatment as well as the cost of any repair work you may need.

In addition we will recover any income you may have lost as a result of time away from work due to the need for treatment or recovery as well as all any other financial losses that may have arisen as a result of the dentist’s negligence.

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