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Dental Malpractice: How Can Three Become Sixteen?

Dental Malpractice: How Can Three Become Sixteen? April 2, 2011. By Gordon Gibb.
Florence, SC The particular case of dental malpractice may have occurred some time ago, but it bears repeating—if for no other reason than to serve as a reminder of just what can happen in the dentist's chair, and how horribly things can go wrong. To wit, a woman who agreed to have three teeth removed wound up losing every tooth she had in her upper mouth…
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Hearing in Oklahoma Dental Malpractice Case Postponed Again

Hearing in Oklahoma Dental Malpractice Case Postponed Again December 1, 2010. By Charles Benson.
Tulsa, OK An emergency board meeting in a dental malpractice case in Tulsa, Oklahoma, has been set for March 4, 2011, NewsOn6.com reports.
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Appellate Court Rules Dental Malpractice Trial Can Proceed

Appellate Court Rules Dental Malpractice Trial Can Proceed June 18, 2010. By Gordon Gibb.
Bronx, NY Following the ruling of a New York appellate court, a lawsuit alleging dental malpractice can proceed against Dr. Hadley Bach of New York. Dr. Bach had put forth a motion for summary dismissal of claims made by a former patient following the use of bulk amalgam instead of using encapsulated amalgam for a restorative procedure.
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