Do You Have a Toothache or Pain?
Don’t wait to call Troutdale Dental. We reserve time in our daily schedules to look after patients who need us most – usually on the same day.
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Emergency Dentistry in Troutdale, OR
Dental emergencies can range from mild to excruciating, but one thing they all have in common is that they rarely happen at a convenient time. At Troutdale Dental, we are here when you need us. We even offer same-day dental appointments to relieve your pain and get you back to your normal routine.
When Emergencies Require Immediate Treatment
Some dental emergencies can wait a day or two, but any time swelling, bleeding that can’t stop, or a knocked-out tooth interrupts your day, it’s time for a trip to your emergency dentist in Troutdale. Pain is also an indicator that your nerve is involved, and your dentist will have a better chance of saving your teeth with immediate dental care.
Other dental emergencies, such as a broken or lost crown or filling, or a chipped tooth, can sometimes wait a few days until a dental appointment fits more neatly into your schedule. When in doubt, it is always a good idea to give our friendly staff a call to discuss the best course of action to protect your smile.
What to Expect at Your Emergency Dental Visit
If you are brand new to our dental office, we will get the information necessary before getting started. Your personal information, insurance information, and medical history will help us give you the best care safely and efficiently.
Whether you are a new patient or a current member of our practice, you can count on personalized, gentle dentistry.
In most cases, a digital dental x-ray will assist Dr. Clark Brinton or Dr. Brian Hale with an accurate diagnosis. Once they find the cause of the swelling, pain, or other problem, your dentist will offer treatment options and go over the benefits and limitations of each.
When helpful, our intraoral cameras will allow us to show you a picture of the tooth, making it easier for you to understand what’s happening with your oral health.
Palliative Dental Treatment
The main purpose of a dental emergency appointment is to get you out of pain and stabilize the tooth. In some cases, we can complete treatment at your emergency visit. In others, such as with a dental crown or root canal, follow-up appointments might be necessary.
How to Avoid Dental Emergencies
The best insurance to prevent dental emergencies includes good home care and regular dental exams and cleanings. Check-ups will help keep teeth and gums healthy and give our dentists an opportunity to identify any oral health issues before they become an emergency.
If you have avoided the dentist because of anxiety, nitrous oxide sedation can calm your nerves and eliminate stress, allowing you to get the dentistry you need to stay healthy.
We will ensure your comfort for your procedure
Meet Dr. Brian Hale
Growing up in the desert heat of Las Vegas, Nevada, Dr. Hale was looking for a change of climate and scenery. It’s not hard to understand why he and his wife, Alisha, fell in love…
Meet Dr. Clark Brinton
Dr. Brinton graduated from OHSU School of Dentistry in 2013 as the class valedictorian. During his third and fourth years, he was selected as one of two students to train under Drs. Stanley Malamed and…
Don’t Live with Dental Pain
Waiting too long can mean that your condition worsens and may even require an extraction. We are here for you, and our dedicated team will help you get back to good oral health using the latest modern dentistry techniques.
Give us a call, and we will see you as soon as possible.