Endodontist—Treats diseases of the dental pulp. Primarily involved in root canal therapy.
General Dentist—All phases of dentistry.
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon—Exodontia (extraction of teeth), diagnosis and surgical correction of diseases, malformations and trauma of the oral and maxillofacial region.
Oral Pathologist—Microscopic and gross pathology of the oral region.
Orthodontist—The diagnosis and treatment of abnormalities of tooth alignment and occlusion.
Periodontist—Treatment of diseases of the tooth-supporting structures such as pyorrhea.
Prosthodontist—Replacement of lost dentition with dentures and bridgework and maxillofacial prosthesis.
KeywordsOral Cavity Dental Caries Trigeminal Neuralgia Lichen Planus Carious Lesion
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