A Dentist that Accepts Workers' Comp Payments
Most workers’ compensation claims are filed for injuries to the body or head trauma. Work-related injuries involving the mouth are not very common; however, when they do occur, they need to be treated right away and a workers’ comp claim needs to be filed. It is also important to find a dentist who has expertise in filing these claims promptly and properly.
Dr. Wayne Suway and his team of dental professionals have the expertise to handle your mouth trauma and workers’ comp claim. They provide you with excellent dental care delivered with the compassion these types of circumstances require. We understand how mouth trauma affects patients and we address the pain and discomfort while helping you to feel relaxed and calm as you deal with a very upsetting situation.
Claims for workers’ compensation have certain protocols that must be followed. These forms also need to be filed within a particular timeframe. Dr. Suway and his staff are familiar with the requirements of filing workers’ comp forms and they understand how dental care needs to be delivered in order to comply with the requirements.
If you have mouth trauma from a work-related incident, contacting Dr. Suway is your best avenue for handling your workers’ comp claim for dental work. You will be cared for with excellence and compassion. Your forms will be filed promptly and accurately. Most importantly, your injuries will be addressed without delay to alleviate your pain.
Was Your Mouth Injured on the Job?
Some occupations have environments which can be more conducive to work-related mouth trauma. Among these are jobs involving mechanics, construction, cleaning, health care, food service and agriculture. Mouth trauma can be the result of a vehicle accident, machinery malfunction, workplace violence, slip and fall or falling object. If you incurred mouth trauma while you were working, you can file a workers’ compensation claim for your dental injuries.
Many job-related injuries occurring above the neck involve some type of mouth trauma. It can be related to tooth damage such as having a tooth knocked out, chipped or broken. It could also be related to jaw trauma. An injury that involves the temporomandibular joint can produce lasting problems if not addressed in a timely fashion.
Since mouth trauma can have effects that are not immediately visible, it is vital that you be examined by a dentist as soon as possible. Provide all the information you can about the injury.
Teeth which have sustained damage or that have been knocked out will require immediate attention for optimum results. Damage to teeth such as cracks, chips or breakage may require bonding and/or a dental crown. A tooth that has been knocked out needs to be replaced. This may require a dental implant.
Call Now for Help with a Mouth Trauma, Cracked Teeth and Dental Implants!
Dr. Suway and his team of dental professionals will help ease your pain as they address your dental trauma. After a thorough examination of the damage, you will be advised of a treatment plan which will follow the protocol according to workers’ comp guidelines.
Alleviating your pain and discomfort is the top priority for Dr. Suway as your mouth trauma is addressed. Your dental care will be delivered with the excellence and compassion Dr. Suway and his team are known for providing. If you have questions, they will be happy to answer them.
Your first step in the healing process after a traumatic mouth injury is to contact our office today and schedule an appointment with Dr. Suway. Let us know that yours is an injury received while on the job and that you will be filing a workers’ comp claim. Your injuries will be examined as soon as possible so you can get on the road to recovery.