Endodontics and Periodontology

Endodontics is the branch of dentistry that deals with illnesses of the tooth root, dental pulp, and encompassing tissue. Teeth are made out of a hard structure encompassing a delicate, living tissue called the pulp (likewise called the "nerve"). The pulp contains nerves, veins and connective tissues. The endodontic specialist is responsible for the advancement of endodontic knowledge through research, the transmission of information concerning the most recent advances in biologically acceptable procedures and materials; and the education of the public as to the importance of endodontics in keeping the dentition in a physiologically functional state for the maintenance of oral and systemic health.

Periodontology is the study of specific arrangement of hard and delicate tissues that supports your teeth and keeps up their position in the jaw. The apparatus used for this is known as the periodontium, has some imperative functions: it safely connects the teeth to the jaws; it prevent the damage to the teeth by acting as a shock absorber during biting chewing; and it keeps up the teeth in a steady position inside the jaws so that they function efficiently during chewing. Dental biofilm is a contributor to the aetiology of most periodontal diseases. Scaling and root planning, Gum graft and Peri-Implantitis are the few methods which used for the treatment of periodontal diseases.

  • Root canal treatment
  • Lasers in Endodontics-Application of Diodes
  • Endodontic Instruments
  • Asepsis in Endodontics
  • Regenerative Endodontics
  • Diagnostic Procedures
  • Periodontal Diseases
  • Chronic Periodontitis
  • Periodontal Surgery
  • Scaling and root planning
  • Gum graft

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