Endodontics is a dental specialty that involves therapeutic means of recovering an infected pulp chamber. An endodontist is a highly trained and specialized dentist who has earned at least two years of study and clinical training in endodontics in addition to the four years at a dental school. 

An endodontist would regularly attend continuing education classes and seminars to stay up-to-date with the latest technology for treatment and diagnostics.

What role does an endodontist play in imparting dental health?

An endodontist is capable of handling root canal procedures and perform dental fillings for unhealthy teeth structures. Infections of the dental pulp within your teeth's pulp chamber are generally caused by the bacterial attack and deep cavity issues. They can also perform root canal re-treatment procedures that didn't show initial results. An endodontist also handles extractions procedures.

What are the possible reasons behind an infected pulp chamber?

The common causes for an infected dental pulp are deep cavities, broken teeth structures, external injury or trauma.

What is a root canal therapy?

A root canal is an endodontic treatment that repairs unhealthy or severely damaged teeth. During your root canal procedure, the endodontist will remove the damaged tissues inside the pulp chamber. Later, the canal will be cleaned and sealed with a filling.

Your endodontist is trained and qualified to undergo root canal procedures in a safe and secure environment. We make sure to ensure that our patients are at utmost comfort during the process.

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