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Clackamas Implant & Oral Surgery Center - Brett Sullivan, DMD, MD
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Clackamas Implant & Oral Surgery Center has a new home!



We outgrew our old office and are excited to welcome you to our new location! The new office is located at 11211 SE Sunnyside Road – just a quick, 5-minute drive from our old location.

Our new facility was custom-built with the safety and comfort of our patients in mind. The entire office benefits from a state-of-the-art air filtration system that exceeds medical safety standards. We feature private consultation areas, expanded surgical suites that include advanced imaging, and an improved layout designed for optimum workflow and efficiency.

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Steps to Take if Your Teeth are Damaged After Falling Down


Posted on 7/7/2020 by Clackamas Oral Surgery Office
Steps to Take if Your Teeth are Damaged After Falling DownWhile brushing and flossing are a good way to make sure your teeth are happy, sometimes things happen that are out of your control. It's common to see tooth trauma due to physical damage rather than decay. We often help patients who experience broken teeth due to sports related injuries and even car accidents.

If you experience tooth damage due to falling, there a few things you need to know. It's possible to experience only minor damage, but even minor tooth damage can cause oral complications. Damaged teeth pose a problem because they allow more bacteria to adhere to the tooth as well as create a misaligned bite. These two things work in conjunction to cause more serious oral problems if left unchecked.

What to Do if Your Teeth are Damaged


After falling, you may experience bleeding and pain in your mouth. The first step to take is to stop the bleeding. You can use a rag you don't mind getting stained to do this. Just make sure it is clean. Place the rag at the site of the bleeding, making sure to not apply too much pressure. To deal with pain, take some over the counter anti-inflammatory pain medication and ice your mouth. This will help to stop swelling. When you put ice on your mouth make sure to keep the icepack on the outside of your mouth and to cover it with an old T-shirt. Keep the ice on your mouth for 15 minutes and then remove for 15. Repeat for up to an hour.

After you have taken care of yourself, it's important to contact us so that we can help you. Because tooth trauma can cause greater oral complications, acting quickly is the way to prevent these complications. If you have recently experienced tooth trauma, we would be happy to serve you and help repair your teeth.
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