endodontist


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endodontist

 [en″do-don´tist]
a dentist who specializes in endodontics.

en·do·don·tist

(en'dō-don'tist),
One who specializes in the practice of endodontics.
Synonym(s): endodontologist

endodontist

Dentistry A dentist specialized in root canals and treating disease and infection of tooth pulp Salary $151K + 12% bonus

en·do·don·tist

(en'dō-don'tist)
One who specializes in the practice of endodontics.

Endodontist

A dentist who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders affecting the inside structures of the tooth.

en·do·don·tist

(en'dō-don'tist)
One who specializes in the practice of endodontics.
Synonym(s): endodontologist.
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She is also a member of the American Association of Endodontists (AAE).
It is conceded that the skill and competence of practitioners or endodontists to achieve accurate root canal treatment may be linked to the amount of pre-clinical and clinical teaching in endodontics at dental schools.
When I couldn't even chew oatmeal the next morning, my dentist suggested a trip to the endodontist, which sent me first to the dictionary and then onto the snowy roads.
Dental Officers serve in the following Areas of Concentration: General Dentist (63A), Comprehensive Dentist (63B), Periodontist (63D), Endodontist (63E), Prosthodontist (63F), Public Health Dentist (63H), Pediatric Dentist (63K), Orthodontist (63M), Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon (63N), Oral and Maxillofacial Pathologist (63P), and Executive Dentist (63R).
Blebanoff, the generalist; Callahan, the endodontist; Dahlberg the periodontist; Rodriguez; Eng; Habemeyer; Mbuto; Ferrucci ...
The endodontist performed the work at the oral surgeon's office so that my son could again be put to sleep.
My regular dentist recently sent me to an endodontist for needed root canal work because he did not specialize in endodontistry.
If a medical professional who straightens teeth is an orthodontist and a medical professional who treats gums is a periodontist and a medical professional who treats abscesses is an endodontist, why isn't a medical professional who treats teeth a "dontist?"
Dilaceration can cause significant aesthetic and functional problems to the patient and can offer considerable challenges to endodontist and restorative dentist.6 This case report describes the endodontic management of a rare condition of mandibular central incisor presented with crown dilaceration.
A microscope supports the dentist to conduct micro-invasive surgeries which aim to preserve the tooth substance, conserve the tissue, minimize the risks and reduce healing time.The biggest challenge faced by endodontist world is not failure in providing accurate treatment, that is something purely dependent on the technical skills and knowledge of the dentist which can be improved, but not having a detailed visualization of the surgical field does make treatment very difficult
The diagnosis was performed by an experienced endodontist; clinical examination was performed to evaluate the presence of pain, the presence of swelling, tenderness to percussion and palpations and abnor-mal tooth mobility.