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CAN A DENTIST ADD MORE TO MY BILL AFTER THEY HAVE BILLED ME

Jackson, WY |

ORIGINAL BILL CONTAINED ALL THE RIGHT INFORMATION WITH A HIGHLIGHTED BLURP ON THE BOTTOM SAYING CORRECTIONS ARE MADE AND THIS IS THE NEW BILL..... WENT BACK TO THE DENTIST A FEW WEEKS LATER TO HAVE THE STITCHES REMOVED AND THERE WERE ADDITIONAL CHARGES ON MY BILL THAT THEY ONLY HAD. I NEVER RECEIVED A NEW BILL. A MONTH LATER I GOT THE NEW NEW BILL WITH THE ADDITIONAL CHARGES AND THEY WON'T DO ANYTHING ABOUT THEM.

Attorney Answers 2


  1. This is neither a medical or dental malpractice case. I think,however, you should talk directly to the dentist and get an explanation.

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  2. See if you can get on a payment plan that you can afford.