Minhaz M

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Warning dental patients of a medical malpractice

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I'm writing this review hoping that dental patients will stay careful before they undergo extraction or any other procedure there.

On 11/03/2021, I had a tooth extracted at a Tampa Family Health clinic located at 4620 N 22nd St, Tampa, FL 33610 . They had the intended tooth extracted, but in the process they badly damaged an adjacent tooth.It's already 8 days, but I still feel a constant sharp pain at the base of this tooth.

Using my tongue I can feel that the base of the tooth what was inside my gum by far is now raised and exposed by about a millimeter. The gum at the base of this tooth feels like they made a cut there. Now I'm in near constant pain there. A strong, healthy tooth before the extraction day, now is a shaky, painful, pathetic one!

Dr.

Jordan Brown, the dentist who was supposed to do the extraction used an unlicensed female student of his to perform the entire extraction. The doctor did not initially tell me that she was just an unskilled and unlicensed student. I assumed her to be a dentist at that clinic. The entire extraction process was inhumanely agonizing.

At a point, I was groaning like a child.

Another issue with the the above doctor is that even though I asked for antibiotics when they were done with my tooth, he did not give me any antibiotics. He only prescribed Ibuprophen, and nothing else. He said there would be no infection. In next two days, on Friday (09/05/2021) morning I noticed a swelling and unusual pain in my mouth.

Then I visited the same doctor, who then checked and said there was 'mild infection' there.

Only then did he give me antibiotics. My situation could be worse if I continued without antibiotics trusting his word that there would be no infection.

I would advise the dental patients to make sure a licensed doctor would perform the intended procedure, not any unlicensed unskilled student.

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Cons:
  • Use of unlicensed medical students to perform dental procedures

Preferred solution: Apology

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