An endodontist is a specialist in the dental treatment of the inside of the root of a tooth (or the ‘pulp’). They focus on maintaining the health of your teeth by carrying out procedures to eradicate disease of the dental pulp (or ‘endodontic’ treatment).
Endodontic treatment refers to the dental treatment of the inside of the tooth (or pulp). The pulp contains the nerves and blood vessels of the tooth. When the pulp becomes infected or damaged, treatment is needed in order to save the tooth. Endodontists are specialists in removing the inflamed or infected pulp, then disinfecting, shaping, filling and sealing the inside of the tooth.
Most commonly known for the following treatments and procedures;
No special preparation needed.
The more you rest your mouth and take care of your oral hygiene after treatment the faster you will recover
Note: Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek advice from an appropriately qualified health practitioner