Suboxone Class Action

This action, which was issued in the Supreme Court of British Columbia on May 24, 2024, alleges that the prescription medication Suboxone causes significant damage to patients’ teeth and associated dental issues. The defendants are alleged to have failed to warn patients and physicians of Suboxone’s material risk to their dental health. The plaintiff brings this action on behalf of himself and all persons resident in Canada who were prescribed Suboxone since 2007 and who developed dental issues, including but not limited to tooth decay, cavities, oral infections, tooth caries, gum disease, and loss of teeth.

Thomson Rogers is working with Sotos LLP to bring this claim.

The claim has not been certified.

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