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Endodontics (root canal) Cases
$125,000 pre-trial settlement after 20 years of negligent. Plaintiff was a 45 year old telephone company network technician who had been under the continuous care of his general dentist from 1975 until 1995. Plaintiff was compliant and diligent about his oral hygiene and followed all dental advice by the defendant: when he needed restorations, he...
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Grinding on tooth causes patient to need root canal; $7,000.00 settlement. Plaintiff was a 30 year old pressure cleaning mechanic who underwent the construction of a three unit dental bridge by the defendant general dentist. The temporary bridge came loose shortly before the permanent bridge was to be cemented and the plaintiff walked around without...
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Negligence during root canals results in inflammatory reaction in bone leading to failure of bridgework – $50,000 Florida Settlement. The plaintiff; a young attorney, suffered from congenital anodontia (born without many deciduous teeth and permanent tooth buds) and had undergone very sophisticated crown and bridge reconstruction and implants during his life. During a root canal...
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Manufacturer’s escape from liability for toxic Sargenti paste blamed on legal malpractice of plaintiff’s former counsel; successor counsel settles with dentist for $1,000,000.00; attorney defendant settles legal malpractice action for another $437,500.00 The plaintiff, age twenty-seven in 1984, underwent several endodontic (root-canal) procedures by her general dentist using the controversial filling material variously called Sargenti...
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Improperly contoured crowns and bridges and negligence in performance of root canal by two defendant dentists results in $21,000 Florida settlement. The plaintiff was a forty-five year old retailer who had eight teeth prepared in four quadrants as abutments for four bridges after having periodontal treatment. During the crown and bridge phase of treatment, the...
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