An individual can claim Cosmetic Dental Compensation when they have suffered injury as a result of medical negligence.
Our team of clinical negligence experts are here to help you claim this compensation. We are experienced in a wide range of cosmetic dental procedures that can give rise to negligence.
There may be a number of complications with work performed by a dentist or orthodontist, which indicate that they may have been negligent. This includes:
- Poorly fitted crowns, or a dentist that has not ensured the mouth is free from infection before applying the crowns. This can lead to decay of the teeth and gums
- Ill-fitting or poorly maintained braces applied by an orthodontist
- Badly fitted veneers which can lead to problems with the tooth
How we can help you claim cosmetic dental work compensation
Our specialist team have healthcare expertise and over 25 years of experience in working on cosmetic dentistry claims. From the very start, we will work with you and guide you through every step of the process. We can see you in our offices in London or the North West of England, at home or in hospital, at a time that suits you.
The majority of our dental compensation claims are dealt with by our firm on a No Win No Fee basis and if we do not succeed in your claim, you will not have to pay anything.
If we can prove your case we will be able to help you claim for compensation, loss of earnings and any other expenses you may have incurred.
Frequently asked questions
If something has gone wrong what do I do next?
Contact us on Freephone 0800 800 555 or start your claim online . Our healthcare professionals will review your medical records and information, and if we think you have a case will gain a medical report to support this.
Will I have to pay if we do not win?
Most of our cases are dealt on a no win no fee arrangement, this means if we do not win, you do not pay. If we win, we take a percentage of the claim that is agreed together before the claims process is started.
How long will my claim take?
This depends on the strength of your case and the nature of the evidence. We would expect this type of case to take around 9-12 months to resolve, or longer if the issues are complex. However, we will always do everything in our power to speed the process up for you.