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A woman who was left having to drain her own swollen gum of pus after inadequate dental care has won £15,500 in a legal settlement

A woman who was left having to drain her own swollen gum of pus after inadequate dental care has won £15,500 in a legal settlement.

Lucy Bodycote, of Huncote, Leicestershire, suffered an infected tooth in March 2020 but could not see a dentist due to the Covid situation at the time.

After having to resort to draining pus from her swollen gum, the 44-year-old decided to go private.

Dentists there discovered several problems Ms Bodycote was not aware of, including ‘multiple rotting teeth ‘and 부천역 치과 a capped tooth that had been fitted incorrectly.

She contacted a solicitor to complain about the treatment received from The Avenue Dental Practice in Enderby — which disputes her story.

Ms Bodycote was later awarded the pay-out when it was determined that her issues could have been avoided had her treatment been adequate.

Lucy Bodycote, 44, from Huncote, was left having to drain her own swollen gum (pictured) of pus and with 'multiple rotting teeth' after botched dental care

Lucy Bodycote, 44, from Huncote, was left having to drain her own swollen gum (pictured) of pus and with ‘multiple rotting teeth’ after botched dental care

She suffered from an infected tooth in March 2020 and due to the imminence of lockdown, could not see a dentist (Ms Bodycote pictured without intense swelling)

She suffered from an infected tooth in March 2020 and due to the imminence of lockdown, could not see a dentist (Ms Bodycote pictured without intense swelling)

In March 2020, Ms Bodycote’s infected tooth caused her face to swell up. 

She was prescribed antibiotics but, as the country was about to go into lockdown, she couldn’t be seen by a dentist.

With the threat of Covid making A&E the ‘last place’ she wanted to be at the time, Ms Bodycote instead opted for 부천역 치과 the ‘unpleasant’ task of draining the lump on her gum each day. 

But she has claimed her problems at the practice, where she had been registered since 2004, began years earlier.

Ms Bodycote recalled a previous experience of receiving antibiotics for pain in one of her teeth, where the pain continued and 부천역 치과 she asked for the tooth to be removed.

She was given anaesthetic injections for the tooth extraction, however she claimed she could still feel everything and was not allowed to be given more.

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