I had dental work done in March of this year (deep cleaning for my gums). Because they had to go deep into my gums, anesthetics were used to numb the right side of my mouth. When the work was done I was told to give it a few hours and everything would return to normal. However, half of my tongue remains in a deaden state ever since. The dental office sent me to an oral surgeon and that turned out to be of no help. This has caused me many issues, such as not being able to enjoy my food, sense things that are hot/cold, and I'm feeling a slight pull from under my tongue every time it moves. At this point, I'd like to find out if I can pursue any legal action and if so, what are my options?
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