Why the patient visited the tandläkarmottagningen it is not clear from the decision of the Inspection for health care (Ivo). After having gone through the medical records, radiographs and other relevant materials assesses, however, that the absence of diagnosis and the ”dental indications (reason for dental treatment)” which justifies the to the patient all of the 22 remaining teeth were pulled out.
”Most of the teeth had been treated and thus saved”, they write.
that the medical record lacks both treatment options, terapidiskussion and treatment plan.
After the surgery would implants and prostheses to be put in, which is not deemed to have been made on the right grounds. Ivo draws criticism against the fact that the dentist without justification administered antibiotics on two occasions in connection with the installation of the implants, which were also never completed fully.
the Patient, who reported the incident, has stated that she had difficulties to get in touch with the dentist to continue the treatment after her implants disclosed. When she got in touch with the dentist again referred her instead to another health care provider.
”the Notifier has during these months but teeth found it difficult to eat, and isolated themselves because of appearance, with the mental and physical impact,” the Ivos decision.
the treatment of the patient not lived up to the requirements of the patient safety legislation. The notifier has also insisted on financial compensation of an unknown amount, Ivo, however, does not take a position.