We Are Open for Emergency Dental Care!
In an effort to contain COVID-19 and preserve scarce medical supplies, Governor Kate Brown has mandated that all Oregon dentists are restricted from performing routine and elective procedures through June 15, 2020.
However, we remain open for any emergency dental services. We have implemented extra sterilization and sanitation measures on top of our normal protocols. As always, we follow very strict guidelines from the ADA, CDC, WHO and OSHA. And we respect social distancing with private appointments, in which the clinic will accept just one patient at a time.
Call today if you’re are experiencing any of the following dental emergencies:
- Tooth or gum pain
- Broken/cracked tooth
- Bleeding gums, infection
Our phone lines remain open 24/7 during this unprecedented time, and we are prepared to address your dental emergency with extended hours, including evenings, weekends and holidays.
We are hopeful that the pandemic will be resolved soon so we can get back to serving our loyal patients, and we look forward to returning to a normal schedule as soon as possible. Check back here for the latest updates.
Call to schedule an emergency dental appointment: (503) 906-8600
General, Cosmetic & Restorative Dentistry In Portland & Tigard
More Than 27 Years
Experience In Complete
Dr. Julie Spaniel has dedicated her career to developing and fostering genuine dentist- patient relationships. She and her team abide by one simple treatment philosophy: establish trust, one patient at a time. This approach has allowed Dr. Spaniel to deliver exceptional dental care with a personal touch to thousands of patients.
Each person has individual needs and goals when it comes to dental care. This is why Dr. Spaniel and her team tailor care and treatment to the individual patient. After listening to your goals and assessing your unique dental needs, Dr. Spaniel can create a personalized treatment plan and provide you with high-quality dental care utilizing the most advanced dental technology and methods.
Oral Systemic Health
How Complete Dental Care Enhances The Whole Body
Your mouth is the gateway to your entire body, and it has been proven that dental issues like gum disease and tooth decay can increase your risk of health conditions such as heart disease and diabetes. In other words, staying on top of your oral health keeps not only your gums and teeth but also your whole body healthy.
A dentist that recognizes the connection between oral health and overall health can help you live a healthier life. Dr. Spaniel has been a member of the American Association of Oral Systemic Health since its inception, and employs the organization’s principles on the relationship between oral health and whole-body health in her daily practice.