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This article was published on December 29th, 2014
Yet another unregistered individual has been prosecuted for providing an illegal teeth whitening service without the proper qualifications, training and registration.
By law tooth whitening can only be carried out by a dentist, dental nurse, dental hygienist or other registered dental professionals.
The process of teeth whitening can involve some fairly dangerous substances such as bleaches also known as hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide which are the ‘active ingredient’ in the whitening product. If used incorrectly, these substances can harm patients which is why the cosmetic procedure must only be carried out by someone trained and qualified in the dental industry.
The man came under investigation after a procedure he carried out injured a patient leaving him with burns on his gums. He pleaded guilty to unlawfully practising dentistry, was fined £3,350 and ordered to pay GDC’s legal costs of £2,743.18 and a £120 victim surcharge.
If you think you may have experience poor dental treatment whether its cosmetic or general then contact our specialist dental negligence claims solicitors now. They have a wealth of experience dealing with dental compensation claims and will be able to talk to you about your experience and help you ascertain if you have a right to make a claim. It is important that we identify poor practice together and prevent it happening to others.
Our dental negligence claims solicitors have consistently achieved excellent results for our clients in Macclesfield, Manchester, Cheshire and surrounding areas and remain dedicated to maximising the compensation for dental negligence claims available on a no win – no fee basis. Call us now on FREEPHONE 0800 093 2030, or complete our simple enquiry form and we can call you back at a time to suit you.
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