Alpharetta GA Root Canal

Cobb Root Canals Services

In most cases, root canal treatment (Endodontics) can be the best option to save a tooth and can be a big time and money savings compared to the alternative…extraction.

We provide the root canal treatment and related procedures to remove infected pulp tissue necessary to save a tooth. The combination of our experience, a well trained team and the use of state-of-the-art technology (including microscope and digital X Rays) allows us to provide the highest level of care with minimal appointment time.

While many of our patients are referrals,

— if you know you need root canal treatment a dentist referral is not required. —

If you are in pain, we will make sure you are seen the same day by calling our…

Emergency Number: 678.640.5466

Need a Alpharetta GA Root Canal?

Patients in Alpharetta, GA ask, "Can you provide a solution for a dying tooth?" The answer is "Yes!" A root canal procedure can save your tooth and your smile.

If you're experiencing tooth pain, it may be time for a root canal. Here's what you need to know about this common procedure.

If you're experiencing pain in a tooth, it may be due to an infection. This can often be remedied with a root canal. During this treatment, the infected tissue is removed from the tooth, and the area is cleaned and sealed. This helps to prevent further infection.

Root canals are often performed by endodontists, who are dentists who specialize in this type of procedure. However, many general dentists are also able to perform root canals.

If you think you may need a root canal, the first step is to see your dentist for an evaluation. They will be able to determine if a root canal is the best treatment for you.

Once it's determined that a root canal is necessary, the next step is to schedule an appointment. The procedure itself is usually pretty quick, and can often be done in just one visit. However, depending on the severity of the infection, you may need more than one appointment.

During a root canal, the dentist will first numb the area around the tooth. They will then make a small hole in the tooth so they can access the infected pulp. Once the pulp is removed, the tooth is cleaned and sealed.

Root canals are often pretty straightforward procedures. However, every case is different, so it's important to consult with a qualified dentist to ensure you're getting the best treatment for you.

How to we schedule a Alpharetta GA Root Canal appointment?

Cobb Root Canals is here to help. Give us a call today to schedule an appointment. We'll work with you to find a time that works for you.

We understand that dental procedures can be daunting. But we promise to make your experience as comfortable and stress-free as possible. Trust us, we've got this.

Is a Root Canal the only way to treat an infected tooth?

In some cases, yes. But it really depends on the severity of the infection. If caught early enough, a simple filling may be all that's needed to fix the problem. But if the infection has spread, a root canal may be the only way to save the tooth.

Is there a risk of having to go back in and repeat the root canal procedure?

There is always a risk that the infection could return. But as long as you practice good oral hygiene and see your dentist regularly, the chances are slim.

What are the consequences of not having a root canal?

If left untreated, an infected tooth will eventually fall out. And no one wants that.

If you think you may need a root canal, or have any other questions about your oral health, contact our office today. We're always happy to help!

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We provide quality Endodontic Care throughout North Georgia and the greater Metro Atlanta Area including Fulton County, Cobb County, Cherokee County, Bartow County, Paulding County, Douglas County, Alabama, and Tennessee.

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If you are in pain, we will make sure you are seen the same day by calling our…

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Marietta: 706-389-8233
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