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Perimeter Endodontics & Implants, LLC


Dyeus Chung, DDS, MS

Our Mission

Our Mission is simple: to provide you with the highest quality of endodontic and periodontic services available. 

We are conservative and evidence-based. We embrace technology to improve the accuracy of diagnosis as well as efficacy and safety of treatment.

It is an honor and a great responsibility to hold the trust of our patients and referring doctors.  We take pride in addressing the individual needs of our patients to give them a positive experience and the best treatment results.


Practice Profile

Dr. Dyeus Chung is the only dual board-certified specialist of endodontics and periodontics in the state of Georgia. After practicing as a periodontist and implant surgeon for nearly a decade, he decided to pursue another specialty, endodontics, after realizing a necessity for a dual specialist who understands and practices both services at the highest level. 

We are proud to provide a state-of-the-art facility for the highest quality of endodontic and periodontic care available.  The well-being of our valued patients is our top priority. For this reason, our office meets and surpasses all OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) and CDC (Center for Disease Control) standards.


What To Expect

Your visit in our office will begin with a comprehensive consultation and examination. At that time, we will examine the area, take diagnostic films, decide whether your tooth is in need of root canal therapy, and review your treatment options.

If root canal therapy is indicated, a local anesthetic is used. We will remove the nerve and bacteria from your tooth, clean the infection and seal the roots of the tooth. You will usually experience no pain during this procedure. It can usually be completed in one to two visits depending on the required treatment. Most patients return to their normal daily routine after treatment. After treatment is completed you will need to see your general dentist within one month for a final restoration. A treatment report will be sent to their office.

Generally, conventional root canal therapy is all that is needed. Success rates for a non-surgical treatment is above 90%. Occasionally, an additional microsurgery (ie. apicoectomy) may be needed to save a tooth. This technique can be useful in locating root fractures and treating canals that may not be able to be accessed through standard root canal therapy.The most common microsurgical procedure is called an apicoectomy.

It is unusual for patients to experience complications after conventional root canal therapy or microsurgery. However, if you do experience any problems, we are available to respond to you at any time.

We are confident that you will feel right at home in our office as we welcome all patients as if they were family.

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