A PATIENT has been awarded £9,500 after claiming a dentist pulled out her entrance tooth when it was not obligatory.
Katie Shipley, 27, mentioned she suffered excruciating ache and alleged no anaesthetic was used.
Katie made an emergency appointment after creating an abscess.
She mentioned Dr Saad Khokhar indicated the tooth was wobbly and wanted to be extracted.
Administrator Katie mentioned she was left embarrassed by her look.
She added: “I couldn’t consider I had misplaced a tooth at 27 for no cause — and it was proper on the entrance of my mouth.”
Her declare was settled out of court docket and the dentist, from Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, didn’t admit legal responsibility.