Lawsuit Proceeds Against Dental Chain That Left Child in Pain

, New York Law Journal


A chain of dental offices geared toward children covered by Medicaid whose employees claimed it was normal for a 4-year-old patient to be "swollen, in pain, crying, visibly shaken, upset and afraid of the dentist" after drillings, often done without anesthesia, has been denied summary judgment.

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Originally appeared in print as Lawsuit Proceeds Against Chain That Left 4-Year-Old in Pain and Afraid of Dentists

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