Emergency Dentistry

The availability of sedation during dental appointments can have a profound effect on patients who are afraid of the dentist or avoid the dentist because of the anxiety they typically experience.

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Call Sleep Dentistry Defined for emergency dental services.

If you have dental pain that can’t wait to be addressed, please call us immediately for an emergency dental appointment: (503) 646-CARE during our office hours. If this is a life-threatening emergency, please call 911.

We understand that some dental issues can’t wait, so we’ll do our best to see you quickly (often the same day you call) and get you the care you need. Tooth and mouth pain can start from a variety of factors. Some of these include large cavities, nerve infections, and abscesses. The pain can often start small, and then come and go with hot and cold drinks and food. Often it will slowly build up for a month or more, and then it will finally peak. If you’re experiencing these symptoms, please call immediately so that we can help!

“Dr. Lampee is the best dentist I have ever been to. His expertise and caring personality is very comforting and reassuring. Lanae, my dental hygienist, was gentle and thorough and my teeth feel so clean.”

Scott, Patient

“Totally painless! The best dental experience I have ever had.”

Marlee, Patient
“I had an old filling that was cracking a tooth [and it] had to be fixed. Dr. Lampee and his staff made this procedure as comfortable as possible. Dr. Lampee also took the time necessary to make my experience pain free. Thank you as always for a nice dental experience.”
Jennifer, Patient