This case involves complications following a dental procedure. The patient had no significant medical history. During the normal course of his daily activities, the plaintiff fractured the veneer on several of his teeth. The patient went to the dentist, who advised placing crowns on the teeth to repair the damage. The patient agreed to the treatment and the dentist proceeded with crown work. Immediately after the crown work was finished, the patient experienced pain in his gums at the site of the procedure. As a result, the defendant advised the patient to undergo a root canal. After the procedure, it was discovered that the crown no longer fit, so the patient took another model and re-submitted it for a fit. It was later discovered the dentist cut into his bone and gums. After further evaluation from other specialists, it was determined that the plaintiff never needed a root canal, and there was no testing done to determine the need for it in the first place.