Emergency Dental Care in southeast portland, Oregon


Urgent Care Now

Dental emergencies don't always wait for business hours. We know that when you are in pain, you can't always wait for dental care. You may not be able to predict when a dental crown or filling will fall out or when an accident may occur that knocks out or cracks one or more of your teeth, but when a dental emergency occurs, you can depend on us to be there. At Sunrise Dental of Gresham , we will do everything in our power to make sure you receive emergency dental care when you need it most. Don't let a veneer that's fallen off ruin your evening our or tooth pain keep you up at night. Call our office when an emergency strikes and we will do our best to take care of your emergency as soon as possible.
Teeth on Pain - tooth care in Portland, OR
If you experience a dental emergency, Dr. Ben and the staff at Sunrise Dental of Gresham can take care of you. We do everything we can to fit you in on the same day so you don't have to suffer through dental pain, chipped or cracked teeth, infected gums or teeth, toothaches, or any other kind of mouth pain.

When Pain Strikes

All dental emergencies are serious and you should seek immediate treatment for any injuries to your teeth or gums. Dental pain, chipped or cracked teeth, infected gums or teeth, toothaches, or any other kind of mouth pain. Waiting too long can lead to serious infections, nerve and blood vessel damage, and more. The sooner you contact our office, the better our chances are to save your tooth and prevent damage to your wallet. Left untreated, many dental emergencies may get worse and require more expensive treatment.

Temporary Pain Relief While You Wait

Though we try to fit you in as soon as possible, there may be a small wait time before your emergency appointment. To temporarily help alleviate your pain until you can be seen, you can try taking an over-the-counter pain medication like ibuprofen or acetaminophen. A warm saltwater rinse may also be soothing; you can mix ½ tsp of salt into 8 oz. of warm water. For pain caused by trapped food particles, flossing and brushing may help dislodge it.

Your Emergency Appointment

When you come in for your emergency dental appointment, our first priority is to stop the pain fast. In emergency situations, any of our pain relief services may be administered. The next step is to figure out the cause of your emergency so that we can create a plan for more thorough, long-term treatment.