Medical malpractice cases in Connecticut are unique; in that, unlike other personal injury actions our state requires, as a predicate to starting a lawsuit, that the plaintiff attach to his/her complaint a good faith letter obtained from what the law refers to as a...
Fierce Advocacy For Connecticut Dental Malpractice And Injury Victims
Month: August 2020
Dental Malpractice: Anterior Growth Guidance Appliance (AGGA: FAGGA) and ALF
Patient’s searching for alternatives to traditional orthodontic surgery, unfortunately, have been taken in by a small group of general dentists who advocate use of several, non-traditional, palatal expansion devices: Anterior Growth Guidance Appliance (AGGA);...
Dental Malpractice: The myth of holistic dentistry, biological dentistry, cavitations, and neuralgia inducing cavitational osteonecrosis (NICO).
In these days of alternative approaches to traditional medicine and dentistry, the concept of holistic or naturopathic dentistry has arisen. Patients concerned about the idea of heavy metal toxicity are often drawn to practitioners who advocate the removal of...