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By fuckalltwitardsintheface - / Thursday 20 September 2012 21:34 / United States - Lindsey
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  Welshite  |  39

I've had a piece of metal in my jaw from the same thing happening during wisdom tooth removal years ago. As long as the X-ray show clear white you're fine. There is no need to sue. All it takes is a small incision to remove it.

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  walmartpaysme  |  15

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  LiterOfCola  |  16

No one is debating whether suing is always morally correct or not. Obviously it isn't. Technically, though, a lawsuit IS worth it in many cases where no one died or was seriously injured. Think about the lady that sued McDonalds after spilling coffee on herself. Any realistic person can tell you she doesn't deserve the money she got and that it isn't right, but it still happens and unfortunately does work in many cases.

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  gracehi  |  31

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  MasterTron  |  24

There was this one woman who had sinus headaches and bloody noses constantly for a year in till she went to the dentist and found one inch of a drill bit in her sinus cavity

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  murphdarkly  |  13

The dentist was guilty of gross negligence for leaving a piece of instrument in a patient OP has every right to sue, that is utterly deplorable for him/her to have left part of an instrument in a patient...

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  Shadomasta  |  5

86- That woman was also operating a vehicle while holding the drink in her lap with her thighs. Explain to me how that was mcdonald's fault. To answer your question, I do know what she would have done if she had tried to drink it. she would have gotten .0003 seconds worth of drink in her mouth before thinking ” FUCK! This shit is hot.” Crisis averted. Crazy how logic works, huh?

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  walmartpaysme  |  15

86, hot coffee will ALWAYS be hot. Sometimes not as hot as other times. That is why the cup holder was invented. If her cup had been placed in a cup holder and allowed to cool off, she would NOT have been burned. It was HER fault!

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As a dental nurse, we have to warn every single patient that undergoes root canal treatment that there is a chance this will happen. The files that we use in the canals are so thin. You need something that fits into a hole the size of a pin prick. Yes what happened should have been sorted out before now. But sometimes, unfortunately, this just happens.

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  Zatalmas  |  3

86- she definitely did not deserve that at all. I can't see how its McDonalds fault when you spill your coffee, that's like trying to sue Canada because the winter is cold and you don't enjoy cold weather. I agree 100% with 99, logic is a handy little thing many people throw out the window nowadays

By  Suba_fml  |  8

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By  klorehore  |  24

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  GypsyRover  |  0

So TRUE! But if that dds broke a instrument they should know it! This is one of the times when op should file a suit! I have a friend that pays through the ass in insurance because someone took him to court over shit he didn't do. But she claimed he did. THIS FML is blatant malpractice!

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  Prolux_fml  |  23

I don't really think suing the doctor would be the most mature option here. You don't need $8000 because a dentist screwed up... Maybe in Canada we do things different, but I'd give the dentist a deal, you give me a refund, and I'll never tell anybody it happened.

By  ellieOphant  |  4

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As a dental nurse I resent that. The dentist I work with is damn clever and one of the nicest people you could wish for. We are well aware people don't like coming to see us, but we do our dammed best to put them at ease. It's people like you who claim we are all stupid that makes our jobs so hard.

By  drkate25  |  30

OMG Ow... I'm so hypersensitive to dentistry after having braces for several years. I'm about to have my wisdom teeth out and the thought of being knocked out while they have free reign in my mouth with drills and stuff freaks me out!!!

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  Bekll  |  26

I've had my wisdom teeth taken out - all at once. The process was okay (I even dreamed while under), it's the aftermath that you should be more concerned about. Prepare for soft foods, low appetite, and a lot of pain killers.

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  ShyAnn29  |  14

I was also very nervous before I had my wisdom teeth pulled, but it wasn't as bad as I thought, I even went to a movie that night with a friend.

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  gracehi  |  31

When I had my wisdom teeth pulled I had them put me under. When I woke up I was high off whatever cocktail of drugs they gave me. I thought, "Woah, man. I wanna get my wisdom teeth pulled again..."

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