Patients who have been informed by their dental professional that they need a root canal may find themselves nervous about their upcoming procedure. Fortunately, root canal treatment is painless and can save a natural tooth from extraction. Knowing the process of root canal treatment often eases patients’ minds, allowing them to fully understand the benefits of this procedure. Conyers, Georgia area patients in need of root canal therapy are invited to connect with our team at Conyers Endodontic Center to learn more.
Root canal therapy is a specific procedure performed by an endodontist, which requires the removal of infected dental pulp from inside a tooth. This leaves the canals of the tooth and roots empty. The area is then disinfected, and the tooth is sealed using a material called gutta-percha to keep it from further damage or infection, after which it will be capped with a porcelain dental crown. This is the expected process of a traditional root canal treatment.
There are several advantages to undergoing root canal therapy for a problematic tooth. This procedure:
Endodontists are specialized professionals with extra training, schooling, and experience in performing procedures that bring your smile back to health. If you have been to the dentist and have been told that you need root canal treatment, please do not hesitate to contact our office for further evaluation. Drs. Rolin Desir, Alison St. Paul, Dr. Young Okeke, and Candace De Veaux of Conyers, GA, are here to assist new and returning patients at 1920 Highway 20 SE, Suite A. If you are a new patient, please call (470) 486-6025 to request an appointment with Conyers Endodontic Center. Our existing patients can reach us at (470) 474-2220.
Treating dental pulp issues and saving patients’ natural teeth are the objectives of the skilled and experienced endodontists at Conyers Endodontic Center.
The team is led by Dr. Rolin Desir, a board-eligible endodontist who is on track to obtain a diplomate status in endodontics, the highest recognition for an endodontist. He is a member of the American Association of Endodontists, American and Georgia Dental Associations, and Dental Organization for Conscious Sedation. Dr. Alison St. Paul, a board-certified endodontist and a diplomate of the American Board of Endodontics, holds membership in the American Association of Endodontics and American and Georgia Dental Associations. Dr. Candace De Veaux is a member of the American and Georgia Associations of Endodontists, American and National Dental Associations, and North Georgia Dental Society and also serves as a Lieutenant Colonel in the US Army Reserve Dental Corps.
Together, they help patients’ retain their natural teeth and smiles.