We strive to make each visit convenient and comfortable for every patient. We save you time by providing the latest techniques in dental treatment. You will be pleased with the quality and personalized attention you and family members will receive.
Relaxing during treatments can be easier than you think. With oral conscious sedation, you will forget about your worries and simply feel calm during the treatment. We also offer nitrous oxide for lighter relaxation needs, and when the work is completed, you are alert and can drive yourself home.
Treatment for the Whole Family
From 6 to 96, we focus on a patient's specific needs. Children enjoy their visits, and their grandparents will appreciate the sensitive care we provide for them.
Same-Day Emergency Care
If you ever have a dental emergency, we can provide care and comfort the same day.
Our office is located on West 17th Avenue, a short distance from Routes 99 and 105, just a few blocks from Westmoreland City Park.
For your enjoyment, we offer Wi-Fi internet, bottled water, and a selection of Keurig™ coffee.
New Patient Forms
You can now take your time to fill out these necessary forms at home. This ensures we have complete information to provide the care you need.
There are several options to choose from for payment of your care. If you have insurance, we will file for you to ensure maximum application of your benefits. We also accept major credit cards, and you can apply for an interest-free payment plan right in our office.
We work to provide you with efficient, convenient dental visits. Call us today at (541) 485-6645 to see what we mean.
As we all grapple with the rapidly changing events surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic, we at Butler Family Dental have been faced with some difficult decisions.
Our desire to keep our amazing team at work and to help our awesome patients maintain their oral health is now outweighed by the potential consequences of exposing anyone unnecessarily to this incredibly contagious virus.
With that in mind, we will be closed, effective immediately, except for emergencies until at least March 31.
This afternoon (3/16/2020,) we received further guidance from the American Dental Association that recommended we see emergency patients only for the next 3 weeks.
We hope to do our part in flattening the curve and prevent our healthcare facilities and those who work so hard to take care of the sick from becoming overwhelmed.
Butler Family Dental