My wife needed an inlay on her rear molar. During the procedure there was an assistant from another office. After the inlay was on they went to clear the excess glue and it had already cemented. The assistant from the other office noted, verbally, that they glue was not being stored properly. It should have been refrigerated and it was not, hence the glue dried when it should not have. They then had to, for 20 minutes, saw all the excess glue out from between the two teeth. My wife had pain right from the get go. She went back a week later and they made some adjustments to the inlay. She still had pain so she went back a week and a half after that and they adjusted it again. She still had pain and she went back and the dentists said adjusted it would not do any good so she was referred to an endodontist. She just returned from the endodontist and he says she needs a root canal. My wife explained what happened and he refused to give his opinion to why a root canal was needed, he claimed he was only giving his opinion on what was wrong. Although he did admit that mechanical vibration can can cause irritation and the need for a root canal. The office at first is denying they are responsible, but then offers 15% off the root canal after my wife again explains they are responsible. They did say sometimes you do need a root canal after an inlay due to the mechanical vibrations, but would not admit their error in improperly storing the glue and the 20 minutes of sawing was excessive mechanical vibrations. So I know many of you are going to tell me to contact a lawyer, but I do not want to waste their or my time if I am being unreasonable.