Few things can stop your life in its tracks quite like tooth pain. At Conyers Endodontic Center in Conyers, Georgia, diagnosing and treating tooth pain is our specialty. Our team of endodontists is highly skilled and experienced in helping you get out of pain as quickly as possible while saving your natural teeth.
Tooth pain can occur due to many different underlying issues that range from mild and temporary to serious and life-threatening. In general, toothaches are caused by an infection or inflammation in the tooth, which can be due to causes such as:
To diagnose the cause of your tooth pain, we will perform a thorough evaluation of your teeth and gums, in addition to asking you questions about your symptoms, such as the type of pain, its severity, and when it started. For example, some people experience tooth pain as a dull, aching sensation, whereas others may have sharp or throbbing pain. Additionally, several symptoms may accompany your tooth pain that can help identify the source of the problem, such as:
Based on this evaluation, our team will talk with you about the recommended treatment options for your specific needs. In some cases, root canal therapy may be required to save the tooth and prevent it from being extracted.
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.