|Dental Malpractice Attorney North Miami
The North Miami attorney practice of Mark Wolin handles cases in the area of dental malpractice. Beyond medical malpractice, dental malpractice is a specific area in which attorney Mark Wolin has had numerable successes helping clients with damage resulting from dental injuries during treatment.
Mark Wolin’s firm has the advantage of having a dentist available as a consultant, enabling rapid and successful evaluation of dental malpractice cases. When selecting an attorney to represent you for a dental malpractice claim, an experienced attorney with a dentist consultant is an essential combination in having the best representation possible.
What is dental malpractice? It can be defined as “any type of negligence or poor quality of dental care performed by a dentist or dental professional.” Dental care is an evolving medical practice, as are other medical practices. However, negligence and malpractice can happen in the dental profession as much as they are possible in other medical practices.
Some dentists may try to abuse the insurance system for their benefit, which is also classified as dental malpractice .This kind of malpractice includes a dentist performing unnecessary diagnosis and exams, and procedures, only in order to collect higher insurance compensation. Should this happen, Mark Wolin is the dental malpractice attorney of choice for representation.
Dentistry is a precise science and practice. The oral cavity is sensitive, and dentists strive for completing surgery with little discomfort to the patient using precision tools of the trade. Despite their best intentions, dental malpractice and negligence do occur. When it does, an understanding and experienced law firm is essential. In North Miami, Mark Wolin should be your choice.
In what ways is dental malpractice possible? The list includes: a dentist’s failure to properly detect an oral malformation or disease; improper usage of dental or surgical tools; causing injury to the mouth, teeth, or surrounding tissue and bone; usage of defective or substandard dental products; or dental procedures or anesthetic resulting in wrongful death.