I found out why
Well I got a letter from the dental surgeon today explaining the bizarre way things went in the week.
Apparently my scan showed that the tooth that had been cracked with the endoscope hadn't broken as much off the top as we thought. What had happened was that it was pushed downwards back into the gumline. It was not just the tooth that was cracked but the root had somehow cracked my jaw (explains the pain) so they had to act fast to avoid infection and a worse outcome.
They are so over-nice with this that I can't help but think it's because they are worried I will sue the hospital. I have told them loads of times that I won't because I don't agree with doing that as it just takes money away from other patients and it could be really needed somewhere. I know they have insurance and people tell me to claim through that but the more claims there are the higher the insurance payments next year.
Having money would not influence the outcome of this anyway so its is a doubly pointless endeavour for me.
What do you think about suing your health providers for an accident that truly was an accident and could not have been helpedd?