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Sleep Apnea Surgery gone wrong

#1
Problems Since Sleep Apnea Surgeries:

In 2004 and 2005 sleep apnea surgery. Since, many dental problems.

Surgeon corrected overbite, said surgery would 'Enhance Appearance'. He aligned front teeth but back teeth are now misaligned which has led to dental problems.

Numbness in lips, chin, bottom of face; nerve damage.

Over $10,000 of dental work from cavities, chipped and broken teeth. Prior to surgery I had very few problems with my teeth.

Biting into side of cheek around area where surgery area causing extreme pain, discomfort.
 


Zigner

Senior Member
#2
Problems Since Sleep Apnea Surgeries:

In 2004 and 2005 sleep apnea surgery. Since, many dental problems.

Surgeon corrected overbite, said surgery would 'Enhance Appearance'. He aligned front teeth but back teeth are now misaligned which has led to dental problems.

Numbness in lips, chin, bottom of face; nerve damage.

Over $10,000 of dental work from cavities, chipped and broken teeth. Prior to surgery I had very few problems with my teeth.

Biting into side of cheek around area where surgery area causing extreme pain, discomfort.

What US state?
 

quincy

Senior Member
#3
Problems Since Sleep Apnea Surgeries:

In 2004 and 2005 sleep apnea surgery. Since, many dental problems.

Surgeon corrected overbite, said surgery would 'Enhance Appearance'. He aligned front teeth but back teeth are now misaligned which has led to dental problems.

Numbness in lips, chin, bottom of face; nerve damage.

Over $10,000 of dental work from cavities, chipped and broken teeth. Prior to surgery I had very few problems with my teeth.

Biting into side of cheek around area where surgery area causing extreme pain, discomfort.
Are you wondering if you have a legal action to pursue over the sleep apnea surgery or over the dental work?

The sleep apnea surgery occurred too long ago to seek relief now, whatever your state. In no state is the statute of limitations for medical malpractice claims over 10 years.
 
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