Dental Implant Disaster: NY Dental Malpractice Lawyer Explains

I received a call from woman who had three dental implants placed by a dentist in Queens, NY. The doctor had abandoned all of his patients due to a fire in one of his offices  leaving her with unfinished dental work.  She came to me, because no dentist wanted to continue doing the work that someone else had started. Unfortunately, she had no idea that the implants were not placed correctly. She had no idea that they were put in on an angle. She had no idea that the restoration would never fit correctly because of the improper placement of implants. Watch the video to learn why she came to me for legal help.

To learn more, I urge you to explore my website where I have free reports, free video tips, free books and information that explain how lawsuits like these work in the State of New York.

If you have legal questions, I encourage you to pick up the phone and call me at 516-487-8207 or by e-mail at I can answer your legal questions, and I welcome your call.

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5 Responses to Dental Implant Disaster: NY Dental Malpractice Lawyer Explains

  • Thanks for this video and sharing this kind of problems will be helpful to us..

  • Very instructive – continue to spread your message. Looking forward to an update. For too long now have I had the need to get started on my personal blog. Guess if I put it off any longer I’ll never ever take action. I’ll be sure to add you to my Blogroll. Cheers!!

  • Zina Ferreri says:

    Thankyou, I didn’t knew this, cheers.

  • I enjoy this blog. Could tell me how I could subscribing with it? By the way I stumbled upon this blog through Lycos.

  • Admin says:

    Under the video to the right is a button that looks like a ball with radio waves coming from it. It’s called an RSS feed. Click on it, and it will allow you to get fresh new content each time a video is posted.


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