Root Canal Therapy

If bacteria reaches the pulp of a tooth, root canal therapy is necessary to save it from extraction. This procedure involves the removal of nerves, tissues, and blood vessels inside the tooth, treating infection at its source.

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GentleWave® Procedure

Georgia Microendodontics is one of the few practices in the state offering GentleWave – a more advanced, less invasive alternative to traditional root canal therapy. This technology utilizes advanced multisonic cleaning, which disinfects hard-to-reach areas for optimal results and a more comfortable recovery.

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Endodontic Retreatment

Most root canal treatments are highly successful and keep your tooth symptom-free for many years to come. However, it is estimated that around five percent of patients experience root canal failure. At Georgia Microendodontics, our doctors can perform a retreatment to remove the previous filling material, disinfect the canals, and refill them.

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Apicoectomy

In some cases, apicoectomy is necessary to treat a failed root canal. This surgical procedure involves removing the very tip of the infected tooth root to reduce bacteria and promote oral health.

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Cracked Teeth

The hard, outer layer of your teeth is made up of enamel and dentin. Unlike your bones, fractured teeth cannot heal themselves. Cracks in teeth can be complex and vary greatly when it comes to size, location, and depth. The doctors at Georgia Microendodontics offer a wide range of treatments for cracked teeth.

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Traumatic Dental Injuries

The hard, outer layer of your teeth is made up of enamel and dentin. Unlike your bones, fractured teeth cannot heal themselves. Cracks in teeth can be complex and vary greatly when it comes to size, location, and depth. The doctors at Georgia Microendodontics offer a wide range of treatments for cracked teeth.

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Internal Tooth Bleaching

Dental trauma or past root canal treatment can lead to permanent discoloration. Because these stains are deep inside the teeth, they typically do not respond to whitening. Internal tooth bleaching whitens the teeth from the inside out, enhancing the appearance of your smile.

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At Georgia Microendodontics, we strive to deliver top-tier, compassionate care to individuals in the Marietta, GA area. To learn more about our practice or the services we offer, contact us anytime. Our knowledgeable team is always standing by to answer any questions you may have.

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