EMERGENCY DENTISTRY IN TIGARD
What to Expect
“How soon can I be seen?”
We try to see patients who call within the same day, however, if we can’t treat you the same day, we will be able to treat you within 2 days.
“What emergencies do you treat?”
“How much will it cost without insurance?”
Exam & X-rays: $88
First Step of Root Canal: $300
HAVE AN URGENT DENTAL NEED?
We offer $88 emergency exams and x-rays!
New patients only with no insurance.
Call us ASAP
EMERGENCY DENTISTRY CAN HELP YOU GET RELIEF FROM DENTAL PAIN.
If you have a tooth that is causing you pain or discomfort, we can help you become pain-free. We provide emergency dentistry to those in Tigard, Beaverton, Portland, and the surrounding areas. We try to get people experiencing dental pain seen at our office within 2 days.
Same-Day Dental Care
Same-day dental care ensures that you can resolve your dental emergency quickly and get the care you need from your dentist right away. Putting off treatment can put you at risk for more serious complications.
For example, a broken tooth that could be easily treated with a dental crown might become infected and require a root canal if left untreated. Delaying treatment also forces you to deal with pain that you simply don’t need to live with.
The sooner you see a dentist for your dental emergency in Tigard or Beaverton, the sooner you’ll be on your way back to optimal dental health. We offer same-day care to ensure that you get the treatment you need when you need it.
Common Emergency Procedures
Depending on your issue, your dentist may suggest any number of treatments to get you back to normal. Dental crowns, for instance, are commonly used to treat broken, damaged, or seriously-decayed teeth. If you’ve been experiencing a severe or chronic toothache, an infection may be the culprit, and your Tigard dentist may recommend root canal therapy.
Other common procedures include tooth splinting, which is used to stabilize a loose or knocked-out tooth and allow it to heal. More rarely, tooth extractions may be required to remove seriously damaged teeth that cannot be treated with alternative methods of restorative care.