Portland Emergency Dental
Need Emergency Dental Care in Portland?
At Division Street Dental, we are well-equipped to deal with any kind of dental emergency. We offer same-day treatments at our Portland emergency dental clinic to handle all your emergent dental needs.
Our Portland Emergency Dental Care.
Accidents and dental emergencies can happen anytime, but at DSD, we’re here for ya! Our emergency dental services include:
- Tooth extractions
- Treating dental infections that are swollen
- Treating tooth trauma
- Repairing or replacing broken or cracked dental crowns
- Treating broken or chipped teeth
- Repairing or replacing broken dental appliances
- Replacing broken dental fillings
- Resolving dental implant issues
New to Division Street Dental?
We’re happy you’re here, although we wish we could’ve met under better circumstances! Don’t worry, we offer urgent care emergency dental services to new patients on a case-by-case basis, so don’t hesitate to give us a call even if we haven’t seen you in our office before. Give us a call at 503-774-3033 or fill out these online steps to get emergency dental treatment right away.
New Patient Special $350 through May🌱
Also, you’re in luck! Through the end of May 2021, we are offering a new patient special where your new patient appointment will cost just $350. We practice holistic dentistry where we look at your entire health history and the health of your whole body, not just your oral health!
That means that your new patient appointment will be about 90 minutes long to allow us plenty of time to get to know you, take your full health history, and perform a thorough dental examination. We’ll also perform any emergency treatments and recommend next steps for preventive care.
No Insurance? No Problem
Professional PDX Emergency Dentist
Who is Dr. Noor Khaki?
Dr. Noor was born in Jordan, spent her childhood years in central England, and moved to the Portland, Oregon area when she was 7 years old. She attended Lewis and Clark College, later transferring to Oregon State University (Go Beavs!) where she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Microbiology.
She then attended the Oregon Health & Science University School of Dentistry, graduating in 2014. She pursued her dream continually through dental mission trips to Honduras and Nepal. Dr. Noor is married and has two children, and she is a skilled yoga and fitness instructor as well as a highly trained dental clinician.
Schedule an Emergency Exam Now!
Let’s get your dental emergency taken care of ASAP – for existing patients, all you’ll need to do is sign in, choose the date, and specify that it’s an emergency visit (or just give us a call at 503-774-3033).
For new patients, you can either call us or go online, create a free account, fill out a super-quick questionnaire, and schedule your emergency exam.
PDX Emergency Dental FAQs
Here are a few of the most frequently asked questions we get about emergency dental care. Still, have a question? You may contact us during our business hours here.
What should I do if I knock out a tooth?
When handling the tooth, always hold it by the crown (the part that’s normally visible in your mouth). Touching the root could cause damage that makes reattachment more difficult or impossible. Rinse the tooth gently in water to remove any dirt or debris, but don’t scrub off any tissue that may still be attached.
Place the tooth back in the socket if you can, or if that’s too painful, place it between your cheek and your gums. If it’s not possible to place the tooth back in your mouth, put it in a cup with a mixture of water and milk. Yes, you heard that right. Milk increases the tooth’s life expectancy after trauma. The most important thing is to prevent the tooth from drying out before you can get to an emergency dentist.
What should I do if I break, chip, or fracture my tooth?
Tooth breaks, chips, and fractures can range from minor to emergent depending on the severity. In any case, rinse out your mouth with warm water to wash away any blood or shards of the tooth. Use an ice pack or cold compress and/or take Arnica or diluted clove oil and pain management as necessary, and make an appointment to see us as soon as possible. Treatment will depend on how severe the damage is.
We Are Always
Glad to Help
We believe dentistry is an important part of the whole body – our teeth are the roots to nourish and keep our entire system alive.