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Endodontics is a branch of dentistry that treats infected or diseased dental pulp. It is derived from the Greek word "endo" that means inside and "odont" that means tooth.Why to see an endodontist?
The most common reason to see an endodontist is for a root canal procedure. At the center of every tooth, there is a space called a canal. Inside the canal, the root, made of soft tissue known as the pulp, and nerves, connects the tooth to the jaw, much like the roots of a tree hold it in the ground.What is an endodontist vs dentist?
So the difference between a dentist and an endodontist is merely their field of expertise. Dentist would do almost all types of dental treatments. Endodontist usually does only treatment regarding dental pulp and root canal.Should I see an endodontist?
Another sign that you need to see an endodontist is if you have undergone a traumatic dental injury that has caused damage to the roots and pulp of your tooth. The most common dental injuries include injuries from sports or damage to a child’s developing tooth.