Require injury lawyers in Rowlands Castle for your dental damage injury claim?
Each year thousands of victims of accidents seek compensation for the injuries which occur to them due to no fault of their own. Sadly dental damage is only all too common an outcome during all sorts of different accidents. However damage to ones teeth is something which is often overlooked as a resulting injury. There are a number of accident where dental damage can occur.
- The obvious is if you were to be struck in the face either by an object or by a person.
- Teeth can be chipped or knocked out during contact sports such as boxing or rugby, by golf, tennis and hockey. They can have just as much, and sometimes even more impact on ones teeth than a contact sport which is perceived to be ‘more brutal’ especially when sticks, clubs or rackets are involved.
- Teeth can also take a battering during road traffic accidents. As a passenger in a vehicle if they come into contact with a seat or a dashboard or steering wheel they can be severely compromised.
- Or as a cyclist coming off your bike and your jaw coming into quick and hard contact with the kerb stone or road it is likely that dental damage will be sustained.
- Even tripping or slipping over something like a loose paving stone, can result in a pearly white replacement being required.
- But what many people remain unaware of is that damage to dentures can occur during anesthesia. Various pieces of anesthetic equipment can cause dental damage to teeth or existing dental work if they are used incorrectly or inappropriately.
Impact of loosing teeth
Loosing a tooth or teeth can cause extreme pain and discomfort especially whilst consuming food or beverages. Teeth can become super sensitive due to nerve damage. In addition to looking peculiar loosing a tooth can have a severe impact on the way a person sounds. Teeth which have been knocked out may require a procedure to remove the nerve at it’s root called a root canal and if the tooth cannot be re-implanted a false tooth will be required. Dental bills are considerable and the continued care and maintenance of this cosmetic procedure is indefinite.
How do I find suitable injury lawyers in Rowlands Castle for my dental dilemma?
If you have had the misfortune to have sustained dental damage to any of your teeth or jaw it would be well worth your while speaking with the sympathetic and helpful staff at Accident Advice Helpline. They will be happy to put you in direct contact with injury lawyers in Rowlands Castle who work on a 100% no-win, no-fee* basis, meaning that it won’t cost you a penny to get the ball rolling on your dental damage injury claim. They will be able to advise you on how to recoup your dental reconstructive costs and advise on any further compensation which may be due to medical malpractice, so call now without further delay, on 0800 689 0500 or on 0333 500 0993