Dental Negligence Claims

If you’ve suffered poor treatment at the dentist which caused unnecessary pain, suffering or serious injury, you may qualify for no win no fee dental negligence compensation — helping to get your life back on track.

We believe everyone deserves the highest level of care when visiting the dentist, whether privately or through the NHS. From common injuries like the wrong tooth being removed to more serious incidents which result in lasting nerve damage — our dental negligence solicitors can help you claim compensation if you’ve suffered an injury in the dentist chair.

To find out if you’re eligible for dental negligence compensation and to start your claim, get in touch with our expert team today. For more advice and information, take a look at our guide and FAQs below.

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Making a Dental Claim

Most dental procedures cause some degree of pain and discomfort, but if you think the problem with your teeth has been exacerbated by your dentist, you could be eligible to make a no win no fee claim.

Our specialist medical negligence solicitors have years of knowledge and experience in dental claims, and can make all the difference in helping to secure the compensation you deserve. We act on a no win no fee basis, so it won’t cost a penny to make a claim for dental negligence with us.

What our clients say

I can’t speak highly enough of Hudgell Solicitors and the help they gave me. The compensation has been crucial in paying for the work I have needed.

Mrs Feder

Our experts

Vince Shore

Senior Solicitor and Joint Head of Clinical Negligence

Sam Thompson

Chartered Legal Executive, Clinical Negligence


Latest Cases

Compensation for 26-year-old after dentist failed to remove baby teeth

Dental patient Guy Jackson still had his baby teeth into his 20s, preventing the development of his adult replacements and leaving him with gaps. This has led to him facing prolonged treatment to bring his adult teeth through, which could
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“Patients fail to realise that dentistry is loosely regulated, leaving them at risk from substandard treatment and large bills for remedial work should their treatment go wrong.”

“We campaign for greater regulation over dentistry, and work hard to ensure the victims of substandard care are properly represented, and fully compensated for their pain and loss.”

Vince Shore