Endodontics

Dental trauma treatment

Dental trauma implies any trauma to the oral cavity, face, mouth, lips, teeth or periodontium. This includes the fractures of teeth, injuries caused to the oral cavity due to periodontal apparatus and soft tissue laceration. Tooth fractures include fractures of the enamel, fractures of the enamel read more

Cracked tooth treatment

When a crack on a tooth extends through the dentin, reaching the pulp chamber, it is a dental condition known as cracked tooth syndrome. The molars become the subject of  a cracked tooth syndrome most often, because these are the teeth which have to absorb and resist most of the force during chewing read more

Root canal treatment

This is the treatment for curing infections of the root canal system, which lies at the centre of the tooth. The root canal treatment is also called endodontic therapy. The root canal treatment becomes necessary when the condition of the tooth becomes so weak that the pulp tissue has to be removed, read more

Endodontic treatments

Endodontics is the collective name for all the treatments which include procedures pertaining to the tooth pulp and the tissues adjacent to the tooth roots. Endodontics is one of the nine recognized dental specialties in which dentists choose to be trained, practice and specialize in, after the gene read more

Endodontics

Endodontics is a specific branch of dentistry that is concerned with the roots and soft matter below the tooth, it mostly involves the treatment of the internal part of the tooth referred to as dental pulp. Endodontics most common procedure is root canal treatment. The root of the tooth is hidden read more

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