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Root Canal- Should You Consult An Endodontist Or A Dentist?
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Before going any further, I should tell you now that I am an experienced endondontist, hence my advice may be biased towards endodontists. But I have my own reasons which I can explain.
What made the growing demand of endodontists in the first place?
1. A toothache is an urgency that may be caused by an abcess or broken tooth. This patient will require treatment instantly to control the pain, but your dentists have various patients and book a full schedule regularly. He can recommend this patint to an endodontist NJ whose schedule is generally more accommodating and know that the patient will be treated appropriately.
2. A compassionate dentist knows that he or she can’t accommodate all the emergencies. They develop a nice working relationship with the local endodontist as a way to provide their patients instant care. An endodontist may also be a back-up source for the dentist for the holidays, etc.
3. Root canals may take quite some time for a dentist to carry it out. This is a vital point hence listen carefully. An endodontist has enough experience in root canals and has the process completely under his grip. For most of the patients, the less time they spent in the dental chair, the better it is. Some endodontist can also do a molar root canal right from the beginning to the end within an hour for a normal tooth.
4. Do you note that I said ‘normal’? Teeth do have some peculiar configurations. Roots may curl around each other, the canals may get calcified, or a tooth might have more canals than the normal ones. An endodontist have enough experience to know what to look for and manage any abnormalities that your tooth may have, and within a short span of time. For instance:
• I have known patients that have been in the dentist’s chair for hours for a root canal. I remember a patient that claimed to be in the dentist’s chair for 8 hours, and still ended up at the endodontist for the completion of the root canal process.
• I know numerous patients that were recommended to an endodontist as the dentist accidentally perforated the root in order to carry out the root canal process. A perforation is done when the dental file punches a hole through the outside of the root. This doesn’t mean that a endodontist never make a mistake, but there is much lesser chance as they manage these files day in and day out. They also have proficiency and special ingredients for repairing the perforations.
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