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Asked on: 10/05/00, 12:14 pm

Liability for Tetracycline Tooth Stainings

It is now a well known fact that the proescription drug, tetracycline, causes permanent discoloration of developing teeth. However, tetracycline was widely used before this was known and resulted in discoloration of teeth. This is well docuemnted by the dental community. Has there ever been or could there be a class action suit against the makers of the drug to pay for cosmetic dental procedures to mask the dark staining?

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