Same-Day Emergency Treatment

If you are having a dental emergency, such as a toothache, dental trauma or cosmetic emergency, we're here to help. We can see you TODAY and can weave you into our existing schedule to make sure you’re taken care of. Simply call us to schedule an appointment at 541-482-4995.

Dr. Kivel is one of the rare doctors who can be reached 24 hours a day for emergency care or assistance. After office hours, Dr. Kivel can come in for true emergencies or coach you through a dental urgency emergency and see you on the next business day. Simply call our normal business line for instructions for emergency care: 541.482.4995.


Patient Testimonial

“I was having an issue with a crown and experiencing some pain from a nearby tooth. I sent Dr. Kivel a message. He was quick to contact me and set up a time to meet to take care of it. That may not sound so extraordinary except it was a Saturday afternoon. He along with his wife Ryann, met me at his office and took care of the issue. Who does that? Thank you Aron and Ryann for going the extra mile!”

—Pam V. via Facebook

Tips for dealing with a dental emergency

The following suggestions are based on regulations by the American Dental Association:

  • If an adult, or permanent tooth, is completely knocked out, try to keep it moist at all times. If you can place the tooth back in the socket without irritating the root, do so. Otherwise, keeping the tooth between your cheek and gums or submerged in milk are good alternatives. Get to a dentist’s office as son as possible

  • If your tooth has cracked, clean the area by rinsing your mouth with warm water as soon as possible. You should also use a cold compress to reduce any swelling.

  • If you accidentally bite your lip or tongue, clean the area gently with water and apply a cold compress as necessary. These type of wounds heal quickly as the mouth receives a larger amount of blood supply that the rest of the body.

  • For toothaches, clean your mouth by rinsing with warm water. We also suggest gentle use of dental floss to be sure to dislodge any food caught between the teeth. Have a dentist evaluate the tooth's prognosis.

In general, if you have a true dental emergency, it’s important to visit your dentist or an emergency room as soon as you can. 

To make an appointment, call 541.482.4995 or request an appointment online.

Office hours

Monday: 8:00am-5:00pm
Tuesday: 8:00am-5:00pm
Wednesday: 8:00am-5:00pm
Thursday: 8:00am-5:00pm
Friday: 8:00am-3:00pm