A root canal is a procedure performed to save a tooth that may be infected or badly decayed, protecting you from pain and preserving your smile. The earlier you receive this necessary procedure, the more likely you can save your tooth.
Is that constant toothache refusing to go away? You may need to get a root canal treatment. We provide comprehensive root canal treatments with the utmost care and precision. Our experienced dentist will ensure that you get the best treatment for your dental needs. Schedule an appointment with us today and get rid of that toothache once and for all!
Are you suffering from intense tooth sensitivity? You may need a root canal treatment. Our experienced dentist can help! Root canal treatments are designed to repair and save teeth that are badly decayed or infected. Don't let tooth sensitivity get worse - call us now and schedule an appointment.
Are you feeling soreness and sensitivity in your jaw? It could be a sign of infection spreading to the jaw, and you may need to have a root canal treatment. Our expert dentist can help get you back on the road to recovery! We understand that having a root canal can be intimidating, but with our team of experienced dental professionals, we can make it as easy and painless as possible.
Do you have a chipped or fractured tooth? We understand that even minor chips or fractures of teeth can lead to dental pain and suffering. A root canal treatment may be the solution for you that can help save your tooth from pain and further damage. We believe in providing our patients with the best care possible. Book an appointment today to find out if you require a root canal!
Using advanced technology like 3D imaging, our dentist will examine your tooth to confirm the need for a root canal treatment. 3D imaging also allows us to understand the anatomy of your tooth to treat it accurately.
Our dentist uses a topical local anesthetic to numb the area near the tooth being restored to provide you with a painless experience.
While you sit back and relax, we will remove the decayed area and clean your tooth and seal it to protect and restore its function.
Our dentist will use a crown to cover and protect your tooth from further damage. We will also go over instructions regarding follow-up appointments and how to care for your new crown.
If you've been putting off a dental procedure because of high out-of-pocket costs, our office can help. We accept most PPO insurance plans, and we can help you determine your coverage. Our goal is to help you get the care you need affordably.
We accept cash, checks, and major credit cards, as well as offer a savings membership program for uninsured patients.
Our beautiful Peachtree Corners dentist office is conveniently located in the Peachtree Corners Town Center. Plenty of free parking is available on the top level of the parking deck.
5210 Town Center Blvd, Ste. 310
Peachtree Corners, GA 30092
Tuesday - Friday: 9 AM – 5 PM
Root canal therapy can be as short as 30 minutes but is usually scheduled for 60-90 minutes to ensure your comfort. It's also possible that your treatment will be divided into two separate appointments. We'll help you understand what to expect ahead of time.
We know root canals have a negative reputation — but they're easy at our office. Your comfort is our number one priority. We'll ensure you're numb before we begin the procedure. Most patients feel a little pressure but no discomfort. In fact, there's often less discomfort with a root canal than with the removal of a tooth due to infection.
That's what we're here for! We'll explain everything ahead of time, so you know what to expect. During your visit, we offer a patient comfort menu to help you feel at ease — from a cozy blanket or neck pillow and your favorite Netflix show to ambient noise cancellation to block out dental noises — we'll make your visit as enjoyable as possible.
A root canal, also known as endodontic therapy, is a dental treatment that removes damaged nerve tissue and bacteria from the tooth's inner chamber. Root canal treatment also involves the cleaning and disinfecting of the tooth's surfaces in the infected area. The canal is then sealed to prevent further infection.
Once a tooth has been treated with a root canal, it should be effectively restored with a dental crown or filling to prevent future damage from occurring. Our dentist may also recommend other restorative procedures to help protect the tooth from further damage or restore its appearance such as bonding or placing a veneer.
If an infection has reached the innermost portion of a tooth, it can be extremely painful. When a dentist performs root canal therapy, they eliminate the source of the pain by clearing away infection from the tooth's pulp and roots. A patient who undergoes root canal therapy will leave their dentist's office with a fully functioning tooth that no longer causes them any pain. Once the tooth is healed, the patient can resume the regular use of their teeth for chewing or speaking.
Another benefit of root canal therapy is that it can save the tooth from being extracted. If the infection is allowed to spread into the jawbone, it can result in the need for more complicated restorative work, such as dental implants. Root canal therapy removes the infection from inside the tooth to prevent it from spreading further.
Root canal treatment involves removing infected or damaged tissue from the tooth, as well as cleaning and disinfecting the tooth. Since this process is very complex, it may take multiple appointments to complete. In most cases, root canal treatment can be completed in two to three visits to the dentist's office. However, if you have several teeth treated at once or require retreatment for a previous root canal, the treatment could take longer.
In addition to the visits required for your procedure, you may need to schedule a follow-up visit so our dentist can examine your tooth and make sure the infection has cleared up and that your mouth is healing properly.