This appeal arises out of the trial court's entry of summary judgment in favor of our client, Defendants, Jay R. Singer, D.D.S, and his professional association, Jay R. Singer, D.D.S., P.A. based on the lack of record proof of causation between Plaintiff's alleged injuries and any alleged breach of duty of care on the part of Dr. Singer. On appeal, Plaintiff contended that the expert affidavits she presented for the first time on rehearing should have been considered by the trial court. She also claimed that the trial court should have continued the summary judgment hearing even though she did not file any written motion for continuance and conducted no discovery between the filing of the motion for summary judgment and the hearing on it which took place four months later. The Fourth Distinct rejected Plaintiff's arguments and issued a per curiam affirmance of the trial court's summary final judgment.