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- n. One who specializes in endodontics, a specialty of dentistry.
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- n. a dentist specializing in endodontics.
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- n. a dentist specializing in diseases of the dental pulp and nerve
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An appointment with yet another dentist - an exotic endodontist this time - to try and pin down my continuing left upper molar problems.
Melissa Golden for The Wall Street Journal Ms. Melrod and her husband, an endodontist, have decided to sell the home in order to travel and spend time with their children, who live in California and Vermont.
Mark Feldman, an endodontist who is executive director of the New York State Dental Association, says the cosmetic surgery bill is only "a very small part of our advocacy agenda," which he says mostly involves "things that improve oral health," such as encouraging the use of fluoride.
And when revival theaters show ‘Little Shop of Horrors’ a real life endodontist should show up and start performing root canals.
At one point I even went to a brother team: one was endodontist who did the root canals, and the other was a perio- who did the gum surgeries.
The entire reason I saw this endodontist in the first place is that she was recommended to me.
An example: I had a tooth abscess and needed to go to an endodontist to get a root canal on it.
After a root canal, the endodontist warned me that soda's ingredients eroded tooth enamel, making emergency procedures more likely.
Well, the dentist believed the tooth could be saved, and sent me upstairs to his colleague, the endodontist (sp?) for a second opinion.
But an endodontist did mine, not my regular dentist.