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Root Canal Treatment
Root canal treatment, also known as endodontic treatment, is a dental procedure performed to save a severely damaged or infected tooth by removing the infected or inflamed pulp from inside the tooth. The pulp is the soft tissue located in the center of the tooth, containing nerves, blood vessels, and connective tissues.
Endodontic surgery, also known as apical surgery or root-end surgery, is a specialized dental procedure performed to treat problems associated with the root tip of a tooth. It is typically recommended when conventional root canal treatment or retreatment is not sufficient to address the issue.
An endocrown is a type of dental restoration where a partial crown made from ceramic/composite resin is fitted on top of a tooth that has undergone root canal treatment. This treatment is done to preserve the tooth structure post a root canal, where a regular crown may not be applied.