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Dentist is a general term that refers to the medical profession of dentistry. This discipline field encompasses many different fields such as orthodontic, oral surgery, dentistry, pediatric dentistry, and dentistry. The main goal of a dentist is to ensure the health and happiness of the patients. A dentist will make sure that the patient has a healthy and perfect smile by correcting the problems in teeth alignment, gum disease, malocclusion, dental decay, and other dental problems. Before engaging yourself in a relationship with a dentist it is important to gather all of your oral health needs and visit your dentist regularly. Your dentist will help you understand your overall health history, discover any oral health issues, diagnose dental conditions, review your dental and overall health care needs, and develop a personalized treatment plan to meet your needs. Oral health care is the prevention of cavities, gum disease, periodontal diseases, and other dental complications. A dentist will take a history, examine, diagnose, treat, and prevent all of these conditions. By learning about your oral health you will know whether there are any areas in need of improvement and you will be better able to communicate with your dentist about your oral health needs. Your dentist can give you advice about the proper diet, tobacco use, exercise, and daily supplements you should take to maintain good oral health.



Your dentist will also ask about your medical history to determine your overall well being. This includes information about your family's medical history. This includes information about your mother and father during their pregnancy, during the first year of life, if you have any previous family members that had certain diseases or disorders, if you have ever had tooth or gum surgery and if you have taken medications for any medications. Oral contraceptives are another important factor. In the course of a routine dental examination, your dentist will ask about your pregnancy, history of any surgeries, current medications, birth control pill use and your contraceptive habits. Another thing that helps us to maintain good oral health is our diet. Your dentist may ask about the foods you eat and the types of supplements you take including if you take any Prior to treatment, the dentist will also want to know about your diet. Eating healthy and avoiding foods with high amounts of salt, sugar, or fat helps us to reduce our risk of contracting oral health disorders such as cavities, gum disease, and other oral problems.



Cosmetic Dentist


Cosmetic Dentistry refers to any dental procedure which improves the aesthetic appearance of gums, teeth and bite. It mainly focuses on enhancement in oral aesthetics in terms of color, size, shape, position and overall cosmetic smile appearance. This cosmetic dentistry involves a variety of dental procedures like veneers, gum lifts, lumineers, contouring, teeth whitening, bridges and bite reclamation. Many problems related to teeth structure are solved through cosmetic dentistry. Gum lift is one of the popular cosmetic dentistry processes which is used to remove excess gum tissue that blocks the teeth base and reduces the risk of gum pocket. Another common cosmetic dentistry procedure is teeth whitening where whitening gel or solution is applied over the tooth to make them bright white. Teeth whitening can be done at home without the need of visiting the dentist. Dental braces are another popular cosmetic dentistry procedure which strengthens the tooth structure. They are made of plastic and metal, which closely resemble the human teeth and hold braces securely in place. These processes are very effective in straightening the teeth and reshaping the face. In addition to these, dental crowns, bridges, bite reclamation and Lumineers are some other procedures often performed by cosmetic dentists. Moreover, many procedures are also carried out for improving the function and appearance of the smile.





A qualified Endodontist, also called an Endodontist, is an expert in the treatment of crooked, inflamed, or knotty teeth. Endodontists are dentists who specialize in the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disorders of the bone and gum that cause tooth loss, inflammation, decay, trauma, and gum disease (gum infection). The primary function of an Endodontist is the treatment of diseases of the bone and gum. They can diagnose tooth loss conditions, prescribe treatments for these conditions, perform root canal procedures, and perform cosmetic procedures such as porcelain veneers, crowns, bridges, and implants. Most dentists have been licensed by the Dental Association (ADA) 's Commission on Accreditation of Endodontist and Oral Dentists. Dental students must pass a four-hour national examination known as the NCLEX-RN. In order to become an endodontist in the United States, a student must pass the same four-hour examination several times. There are three professional organizations in the United States that regulate the profession. These organizations are the Dental Association, the National Certification Board for Endodontists (NCBI) and the National Certification Council for Endodontists (NCCE). 



Becoming an endodontist requires many years of training, both hands-on and classroom, as well as extensive laboratory experience and a thorough knowledge of the field. During the hours of training that a student will spend in school, he/she will study both theory and practical aspects of the practice, anatomy, physiology, pathology, ethics, medical ethics, oral health, dental procedures, and the application of traditional and alternative medicine. Students will also explore such subjects as dental treatments for adults and children, the uses of sedatives and stimulants in the field, the role of sub-specialty units in professional practice, and the history of Endodontist practices. After completing the course work required to become an endodontist, students will be expected to pass either a written or oral examination given by an accredited educational institution or an equivalent. If one is unable to pass this exam, he/she should consider taking a course in the future that would fulfill his/her requirements.


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