I am reading mix reviews. Is this something that will help and repair or it is exploratory and you take a chance. My 3rd molar was removed and I heard a snap when he drilled. A little over three months and still pain, no taste, burning tongue, an paresthsia.
Sorry to hear. You have described a potential claim of dental malpractice. Additional information is needed, of course, to evaluate your situation. Law firms such as mine who represent medical malpractice victims typically handle dental mal cases. I suggest that you promptly speak to a experienced lawyer to explore your legal options. Best of luck.
You may have dental malpractice claim. However you have an immediate dental emergency. You need to be evaluated and treated by an oral surgeon or possibly a maxiofacial neurosurgeon. The results are far better the sooner this occurs. You should get these referrals as soon as possible. Focus on your health now and any legal issues after.
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