General Dentists: provide all the services you need to maintain healthy teeth and gums. These services include preventive care like cleanings and checkups, along with restorative services such as fillings, root canals, crowns and other treatments for broken or missing teeth. They also provide cosmetic services such as overlays and whitening treatments.
Endodontists: help heal infections of the soft tissue inside the tooth and are typically the dental specialist you’d see if you need a root canal treatment.
Oral and maxillofacial surgeons: focus on treating problems related to the hard and soft tissues of the face, mouth, and jaws. You’d likely go to an oral surgeon if you have an impacted wisdom tooth or need another type of other complicated extraction.
Orthodontists: correct the position of misaligned teeth and jaws, typically this is done with braces although treatments using other dental devices (such as retainers) are also utilized.
Periodontists: these dentists specialize in treating complex cases of gum disease, along with other infections or problems involving the tissues that support the teeth.
Prosthodontists: restore damaged teeth or replace missing ones, with procedures that include dental implants, bridges, crowns and dentures.
Pediatric Dentists: provide dental care for children and young adults.
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