Aim: The survey aims at understanding patients knowledge about endodontic treatments. Objective: Patients awareness and knowledge about endodontic treatment is a very important for a dentist in everyday practice. It may influence the course and effect of treatment. Materials and method: Questionnaire based survey was conducted among 400 patients consists of questions that characterise their knowledge, experience, expectation and concerns about endodontic treatment. Background: In recent years, endodontics is one of the fastest growing areas of dentistry. The use of modern tools, rubber dam, and microscope in daily practice, influences the quality and durability of treatment effects. Patients do not identify endodontic treatment as unpleasant procedure more often. Pain associated with endodontic procedures, which is moderate and sharp and is arising as the strongest emotions. Conclusion: As the systemic and oral complications of pulp degeneration or necrosis are several, understanding the people's knowledge about the endodontic treatment is essential.
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J. Insira Sarbeen, James D. Raj. Survey based research on Patients Knowledge about Endodontic Treatment. Research J. Pharm. and Tech 2016; 9(10):1565-1567.