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Important Dental and Endodontic Terminology

Medical and dental fields have grown exponentially in the last decade. Recognition of the serious health hazards posed by gum disease and tooth decay has moved into mainstream consciousness. People want to see the dentist more often. Endodontics has grown in lock step with traditional dentistry. Patients no longer overlook tooth pain. There is less fear of the root canal procedure because people know the repercussions if they putting it off. If you are experiencing oral pain, you should be aware of some important dental terminology.

  • Oral surgery - This may or may not be a procedure requiring general anesthesia. A specially trained professional will actually cut into your mouth tissue to cure your ailment.
  • Root Canal - A common procedure to treat tooth pain. If a cavity has gone deep enough to implicate the nerve ending or in the event of an abscess, this procedure is needed. Root canals were considered painful but, with the advancements of technology and anesthesia, is no longer thought of as a serious and painful procedure.
  • Dental Insurance - A special kind of health insurance plan that covers tooth care and visits to Endodontic specialists. Not all coverage provided by companies includes dental. Jobs offering dental plans are often very desirable and is considered an advanced health benefit.
  • Gingivitis - The medical term for gum disease. When you don't care for your gum tissue properly, this condition is the result. Gingivitis presents with red, puffy, inflamed and bleeding gums. If your gums bleed when you brush, you may have gingivitis. Minor dental treatments can be used to treat this condition.
  • Orthodontics - The specialty that includes the realignment of the jaw and teeth. Orthodontists use many common treatments including including braces, retainers and pallet expansion.
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    Dentalplans.com
    Fort Lauderdale, FL 33324
    If you are in need of a serious dental surgery or procedure, trust our local Lafayette area endodontic dentists. Specializing in oral surgery, root canals, crowns, and more from our endodontic dentists.
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    American Association of Endodontists
    Chicago, IL 60611
    Find the most reputable endodontists in the country with help from our respected association. Providing a directory for anyone searching for the highest quality endodontic dentists around.
     
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    Highland Dental Center
    7121 Highland Rd, Baton Rouge, LA 70808
    Welcome to Highland Dental Center! Since 1981, we have been serving the community and caring for our valued patients. We don't just perform exceptional dental services, we create lasting relationships
    (225) 769-7640
    Lake District Family Dentistry
    5422 Provine Pl, Alexandria, LA 71303
    The Dentists at Lake District Family Dentistry are compassionate, professional, and welcoming. They are always willing to take the time with their patients to listen to any concerns and to educate
    (318) 445-4870
    Melanie Fowler DDS
    4906 Ambassador Caffery Pkwy Ste 1501, Lafayette, LA 70508
    (337) 981-4350
    Reynold L Gaubert DR
    3839 W Congress St, Lafayette, LA 70506
    (337) 984-1059
    Advanced Endodontics
    221 Rue De Jean, Lafayette, LA 70508
    (337) 769-0999
    Bayou Dental Specialists
    603 Rue De Lion, New Iberia, LA 70563
    (337) 367-1271
    Bayou Orthodontics
    106 Thomas St, Abbeville, LA 70510
    (337) 893-4746
    Lance D Lege D S DDS
    904 N Cushing Ave, Kaplan, LA 70548
    (337) 643-7766
    Darren Hess DDS
    6721 Government St, Baton Rouge, LA 70806
    (225) 923-2160
    Gwen D Corbett DDS
    9804 Bluebonnet Blvd Ste B, Baton Rouge, LA 70810
    (225) 766-3061
    Michael S Bond DDS
    9804 Bluebonnet Blvd Ste B, Baton Rouge, LA 70810
    (225) 766-3061
    Keith G. Lorio D.D.S., A.P.C.D.
    11505 Perkins Rd., Suite K, Baton Rouge, LA 70810
    At Dr. Lorio's office, we know what's important to you and we strive to provide our patients with quality care, comfort and convenience. We provide a full-service, state-of-the art dental practice.
    (225) 769-4848
    Endodontics of South Louisiana
    20103 Old Scenic Hwy, Zachary, LA 70791
    (225) 570-8820
    Grand Family Dentistry - Baton Rouge
    12117 Coursey Blvd, Baton Rouge, LA 70816
    (225) 292-0016
    Ascension Endodontics
    17563 Old Jefferson Hwy, Prairieville, LA 70769
    (225) 677-5000


    Endodontics is the form of dentistry that deals directly with the pulp of the tooth, as well as the tissues around the tooth. Some of the more common procedures involved in endodontics include root canals, treatment of gum disease, dental trauma, and dealing with damaged nerves or a cracked tooth. The tooth pulp is comprised of nerves, lymphatic tissue, venules, and other parts. When these areas become damaged, that is when a dentist might find it necessary to perform surgery. Endodontics was first recognized as a special branch of dentistry in the year 1963. At this time, programs began to develop to train future dentists in this branch of dental care. Students learned to help their patients avoid unnecessary pain by performing specialized procedures on their teeth, like root canals, and treatment of other painful cases. However, endodontics still falls under the umbrella of general dentistry. Some insurance companies offer coverage for these dental procedures. Other times, it may be measured on a case by case basis, and vary depending on the cost and after care required for the procedure. Professionals work closely with the health care industry to provide the best surgery, after treatment therapy, and still keep these procedures at a low cost. If you have an upcoming surgery for a tooth pain issue, or gum disease, take a few moments to research endodontics online. Just choose any search engine and enter in keywords like "dental care," "endodontics procedures," and "root canal." You can also contact your insurance company to find out what care and coverage options they offer.
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