beautiful smiles for life
Discover why we are a top-rated dental practice in Clackamas.
Meet Dr. Noelle
Dr. Noelle has been in the dental field since 2006, which is when she began her training to become a dental hygienist. It didn’t take her long to realize that she wanted more from her career, so she began pursuing dental school. She graduated from the Oregon Health & Science University School of Dentistry as a National Dental Honor Society member. After that, she chose to complete a general practice residency at the VA Medical Center in Portland, Oregon.
How can WE help?
How can we help?
Emergency Dental Services
We provide a comprehensive range of emergency dental care services. Our staff understands that some issues just can’t wait a few days before receiving treatment.
We offer same-day appointments for both children and adults that require emergency dental care. Our team can help take the stress out of your dental emergency by providing the attention and care you deserve.
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Have any questions?
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, we are currently accepting new patients.
Distinctive Dentistry in Clackamas does accept insurance. We provide insurance billing for primary and secondary companies as a service to you.
At Distinctive Dentistry, Dr. Noelle sees patients of all ages from newborns to seniors.
If you are experiencing a dental emergency, we will see what we can do to offer you a same-day appointment.
The following are examples of true dental emergencies where you would need immediate dental care to protect your long-term oral health:
- Bleeding that won’t stop
- A loose or knocked-out permanent tooth
- An injured jaw
- Painful swelling
- Painful toothache (dental abscess)
At Distinctive Dentistry, we offer individualized care for beautiful smiles, comprehensive dental services for all ages, state-of-the-art dental equipment, and same-day services for emergent dental care.
To learn more about us, check out our page on Why Choose Distinctive Dentistry for your dental care needs.
To keep your teeth healthy, follow these tips:
- Brush your teeth daily with fluoride toothpaste
- Replace your toothbrush three to four times a year
- Brush your tongue to remove bacteria from your mouth and help freshen your breath
- Floss daily
- Limit your sugar intake
- Visit your dentist
Check out this video from Mouth Healthy brought to you by the ADA on “How to Brush Your Teeth.”