Endodontic specialist Dr. Candace De Veaux was born in Miami, Florida and raised in various states and countries as an “Army Brat”. Her ‘Old Kentucky Home’ has a special place in her heart. She graduated from North Hardin High School in Kentucky and received her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from the University of Kentucky. She earned her Doctorate in Dental Surgery from Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tennessee.
After graduation, she worked for six years as a general dentist (in private practice and in the US Army-Active Duty). After deploying to Afghanistan she attended Case Western Reserve University’s School of Dental Medicine’s Endodontic Residency program and received her Master of Science in Dentistry (MSD). Her master’s research was published in the Anesthesia Progress Journal. She is currently a Lieutenant Colonel in the US Army Reserve Dental Corps and a specialist member of the American Association of Endodontists, Georgia Association of Endodontists, American Dental Association, National Dental Association and North Georgia Dental Society.
When not working she enjoys traveling, exercising and volunteering at Ben Massell Dental Clinic.
High quality endodontic service and treatment is her goal and she’ll do everything possible to make your dental visit a very pleasant one.
Dr. Candace De Veaux is all about ensuring her patient’s receive nothing but the best care!
My name is Dr. Candace De Veaux, I am an Endodontist at McDonough and Conyers endodontic center. One of my friends in high school used to work as a dental assistant in my dad’s office, and I began being curious what they were doing in the back and that is when I started working in the back office dental assisting. So when I went to college I decide to pursue dentistry. The favorite part about my job is interacting with people and seeing people’s gratification.
The team here is wonderful. Everybody works together to make the patient’s experience more than they were ever expecting. I like to say this team is a cut above the rest, it is not about I but it is about how can we provide the best treatment for the patient. Endodontists are dentists, but all dentists are not Endodontists. I like to give the analogy like all Cadillacs are cars, all cars are not Cadillacs! One goal that I have for patients is to deliver more than what they expect, and when they leave I want them to be satisfied. It’s always good when they leave that they are satisfied with the treatment that they came to receive!