Swathi Sathish ends up with a swollen face after tooth surgery goes wrong

Kannada actress Swathi Sathish, best known for her work in films like FIR (2022) and 6 to 6 (2018), suffered for the past three weeks after undergoing a root canal treatment at a private hospital in Bangalore, Karnataka. In photos of the actress that have gone viral on social media, the left side of her face appears swollen and unrecognizable.

The actress, who has reportedly undergone the root canal treatment at Oryx Dental Multispecialty Hospital in Bangalore, has said she has been experiencing severe pain since the time she underwent the surgery. While doctors assured her that the swelling on her face will disappear in a few days, the actress’s condition only worsened with time.

The actor claimed that the doctor had not given her enough information and that she was recommended the wrong drugs for treatment. She further accused the doctors at the hospital of administering salicylic acid instead of anesthesia during the procedure. She then moved her treatment to another hospital.

According to Kannada media, Sathish has accused the clinic of medical negligence and is considering legal action against the clinic.

Operations Went Wrong: Past Cases Where Surgeries Have Been Fatal For Kannada Actors

Many cosmetic surgeries and diet regimens that actors have undertaken to lose weight or enhance their beauty have turned out to be fatal as was the case with Kannada actors Chethana Raj and Mishti Mukherjee.

Last month, actor Chethana Raj, best known for her roles in daily soaps such as Geetha and Doresani, took her last breath at a private hospital in Bengaluru, where she was admitted on May 16 for ‘fat-free’ plastic surgery. She was 21 years old.

On October 2, 2020, Mishti Mukherjee, who has worked in several films and music videos, died in a hospital in Bengaluru. She had died of kidney failure caused by the keto diet she was following.

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