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Warns against dentist mistakes

Warns against dentist mistakes

What was supposed to be a fairly normal visit to the dentist, ended with Ramazan Yilmaz, 40, undergoing brain surgery.

A Turkish newspaper reported that a father of two children, residing in the Turkish city of Bursa, visited a private dental clinic due to toothache Millet.

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Some of his teeth had to be extracted, and the dentist is said to have recommended dental implants instead.

– After dental treatment, I was told that my bone structure is fragile and my teeth are loose, which makes dental implants necessary. The dentist assured me that he has 24 years of experience in this field, he says.

Yilmaz accepted this, something he now deeply regrets.

When the dentist was going to put one of the implants in place, everything went wrong.

In the hospital: Ramazan Yilmaz after the extensive surgery.  Image: Jam Press

In the hospital: Ramazan Yilmaz after the extensive surgery. Photo: Jam Press
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Enormous pain

Yilmaz claims the dentist pushed too hard, and the implant dug through his jawbone and into his brain.

“I thought my last hour had come,” says the 40-year-old, describing how painful it was.

Suddenly he went blind in his left eye.

– When I screamed in pain, he took an x-ray, he says, and continues:

– When he realized the seriousness of the situation, he took me to the emergency department at Uludag University Hospital, then left.

Straight: The implant was stuck in the brain.  Image: Jam Press

Straight: The implant was stuck in the brain. Photo: Jam Press
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a point

A CT scan showed that Yilmaz already had an implant in his brain, and that it was lodged in the area where the cerebrospinal fluid was located.

Cerebrospinal fluid is a colorless, clear, watery fluid that fills the cerebral ventricles and spinal canal, according to doctors. The Great Norwegian Encyclopedia.

– A team of specialists met and decided to perform the operation. They said I could die. He says: Thank God I survived the operation.

Warning: The errant implant has been featured in several peer-reviewed medical journals.  Image: screenshot

Warning: The errant implant has been featured in several peer-reviewed medical journals. Image: screenshot
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The intense operation lasted several hours, and things went according to plan. Sight returned in the left eye.

After only a few days, Yilmaz was able to be discharged from the hospital, despite the severe headaches he was suffering from.

– I called the dentist and asked for a refund, but he said no, he claimed.

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He denies guilt

The dentist, whose identity was not revealed in the Turkish media, denies any wrongdoing in the case. He says the accident occurred due to medical complications and therefore he cannot be blamed.

Yilmaz says that since the dentist will not compensate him, he will go to court to get compensation.

He warns others, asking anyone who needs to visit a dentist to do thorough research beforehand.

-I have difficulty eating because I have no teeth. I go to a psychiatrist. Some days I have a severe headache. I was temporarily blind in my left eye. He warns that the legal process is ongoing.

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