Root Canal Dentist in Kennesaw, GA
A second chance for your tooth.
Toothache? Severe Decay? A Root Canal May Be the Answer
An infected tooth can cause pain, swelling, and serious health problems. If you’re dealing with advanced tooth decay, it may require a visit to our root canal dentist.
Drs. Hildreth and Logue take a conservative approach to root canals. Our priority is to prevent decay and help you avoid a root canal in the first place. But if decay has reached into the nerve of your tooth, we’re here for you.
By removing the infected tissue, we can save your tooth from extraction and give your dental health a second chance.
Get to Know Our Process
- Our root canal treatments stop the spread of infection to neighboring teeth and protect your whole body health.
- Our root canal dentist will complete your treatment in as few visits as possible, but there’s no one-size-fits-all approach. We do what’s best for you.
- Finish off your root canal with a modern dental crown or other cosmetic restoration, improving the look, function, and durability of your tooth.
Do You Need a Root Canal?
Dr. Hildreth and his staff got me in quickly. Dr. Hildreth was so gentle and explained every step. I would never go to anyone else! 5 stars!
Dedicated to Your Wellbeing
Many patients wonder about root canal safety and the long-term effect of this treatment on whole body health. We want to answer your questions and dispel misinformation.
Root canals are one of the most common dental procedures performed — roughly 25 million every year. This treatment is proven to stop infection and save teeth. There is no scientific evidence linking root canal-treated teeth and disease elsewhere in the body.
Our root canal dentist will help you feel confident and comfortable about your treatment. We’re committed to our core values and mission of providing safe, effective care at all times.
It’s All in the Details
Enjoy a coffee or bottled water before your appointment. Sit back and relax with in-room TVs, blankets, and pillows during treatment.
Focused on Results
We’ve invested in the latest technology to deliver amazing results — from 3D cone beam imaging to 3Shape TRIOS digital scanning.
Committed to Safety
We follow strict safety standards and exceed all CDC and OSHA guidelines, including medical-grade air purifiers, disposable gowns, and N95 masks.
We’re Here to Help
If you don’t find an answer here, please reach out to us.
Is a root canal painful?
Most people say that a root canal procedure is no more uncomfortable than getting a filling. Our office is constantly innovating to ensure our patients have a positive experience. We offer nitrous oxide and relaxation amenities to ensure your comfort.
Am I awake during a root canal?
Yes, you’ll be awake during your root canal procedure and the anesthetic will keep you from feeling pain. We’ll make sure you’re comfy with a blanket, pillow, and eye protection. Every patient room features a TV in the ceiling for you to enjoy as well.
How long does a root canal take?
Your root canal experience will be tailored to the needs of your tooth and your comfort level. Our office typically completes root canal treatment in one appointment that takes about 90 minutes. Once we get to know you and your situation better, we’ll help you understand how much time to expect.
Super friendly and accommodating staff! They truly help out with your dental needs and discuss all options available to you. I really like Dr. Hildreth!
New Patients Welcome
A few things you can expect:
- First appointments take about 90 minutes
- You can complete new patient paperwork ahead of time
- Pay by credit card, cash, or personal checks
- We accept most major insurance plans
- Not insured? Ask about our VIP Membership Plan and $200 New Patients Special
$200 New Patient Special
No insurance? No problem. Get your first visit for just $200. Includes 3D x-rays, dental examination, and teeth cleaning.