Dental One Associates of College Park
1901 Phoenix Boulevard, Suite 100, College Park, GA 30349

Root Canal Therapy in College Park, GA

The old expression, “as much fun as a root canal,” may have been appropriate in the past, but the procedure has advanced by leaps and bounds over the past several decades to become a routine operation performed by our dentists in College Park. With 92 percent of American adults between the ages of 20 to 64 experiencing some kind of cavity as an adult, and almost a quarter of that group has some form of untreated tooth decay. If this decay is allowed to continue unhindered, it could lead to the deterioration of the underlying tissue and the death of the tooth itself, resulting in a root canal which is necessary to restore the health and function of the tooth.

A root canal is usually the last resort after all other dental treatments have been exhausted, including cavity fillings, crowns, and other forms of dental reconstruction. In the past, teeth that had succumbed to tooth decay were simply pulled, but most dentists would rather try to keep a patient’s natural teeth than having to resort to other means. Root canals essentially give a tooth a second chance by removing the decay from the tooth, gums and underlying root, filling the tooth and sealing and capping the outside.

Of course, root canals are invasive procedures, so dentists will have to examine a range of symptoms to determine whether the operation will proceed. Typically, dental professionals look for prolonged tooth aches and pain, darkening or discoloration, increased sensitivity to hot and cold substances, as well as tenderness when chewing or when the tooth is touched. These could be telltale signs that the underlying nerve is damaged, which will require a root canal to rectify the problem.

Additionally, while some patients may opt for the procedure to be performed by an endodontist, our dentists in College Park are more than viable options who can complete the operation quickly with optimal recovery times. After the root canal is performed, most patients can get back on their feet after only a day or two, and can control the pain with conventional medications like ibuprofen, or a mild painkiller in some situations. As one of the key operations used to fight tooth decay and prevent permanent damage to teeth, root canals are an invaluable procedure that dentists use to help patients keep their natural teeth for as long as possible and put chronic tooth pain in the past.

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Excellent service and consideration. Dr. Hardwick was so pleasant and knowledgeable. Very satisfied with the outcome.
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Very friendly and knowledgeable staff. Dr. Sabur is the best!
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Everyone is very thorough and pleasant!!
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Dental 1 dentistry is by far the best dentist that I have been to bar none. I have visited various dentist and have felt like they cared more about their bottom line than my overall dental health. […]
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I loved the way the staff treated me as a first time patient. They were even patient enough to contact and wait on my former dentist office to send files over. They had a great team of people who […]
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The hygienist is very skilled, knowledgeable, and courteous.
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I’ve already recommended Dental One to a few people. Like their professionalism and very clean facilities.
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Dental One Associates in College Park is an outstanding office. I never thought I would love going to the dentist, but the staff at this location are great, excellent, and outstanding. They are […]
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I have been a patient at Dental One Associates (College Park, GA) for more than 15 years. Surely, I would not remain with this Dental Office if efficient and professional services were not provided […]
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Charlene C.
I love my hygienist Lanae. She was honest with me and she always does a fantastic job cleaning my teeth.
Iyanna J.
The dental hygienist, Lene, is so professional and passionate about the individualized care she provides to each patient. Also, Bianca is very helpful. I did not see the dentist during this trip […]
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Everyone was so polite, courteous and knowledgeable. They really met my needs.
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They make me feel so comfortable because I am nervous when I go to the dentist but I wasn’t nervous at all not so much I enjoyed the experience
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Office Hours
Mon. – 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Tue. – 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wed. – 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thu. – 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Fri. – 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sat. – 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Sun. – Closed
Phone: (678) 619-5697
Fax: (770) 991-1522
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  • Monday 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Tuesday 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Wednesday 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Thursday 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Friday 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Saturday 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
  • Sunday Closed
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