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4.9 STAR RATED DENTIST IN EUGENE, OR

PEACEFUL AND PAIN-FREE

A Relaxing Dental Experience

We know a trip to the dentist might not be your favorite thing. But at Quest Dental, we strive to provide a relaxing dental experience for everyone. With quality services, prompt care, and a relaxing environment, we are sure you'll feel at ease. To find out more about the Eugene family dental guiding principles and what sets us apart, click here.

If you are searching for the best dentist in Eugene, Oregon, you've come to the right place. 

Quest Dental has provided the best dental care for patients in and around Eugene, OR many years. We are located at 4120 Quest Drive in the northwest part of Eugene, OR. We are just east of Oregon Route 569 and north of Barger Drive.

A Eugene dentist you can trust.   

We pride ourselves on being one of the most caring family dentistry teams you'll ever meet. Many of our patients even travel from places like Springfield, Veneta, Junction City, Oak Ridge, or Florence to find the compassionate, caring service they deserve. Our top priority is the health and well-being of our patients, families, staff, and community. In this unprecedented Covid-19 time, we are deeply committed to keeping everyone safe. Our dedicated team of highly-skilled, happy, familiar faces will brighten your day and your smile. Learn more about the Eugene family dental specialist serving in our dental office in Eugene, OR.

REAL PEOPLE. REAL CARE.

"Always a pleasant experience ...
Prompt, on time, friendly, knowledgeable and pain free."

Wendy Milbrett

Here at Quest Dental, our goal is to provide the best dental health care practice and combine it with experience and the latest state-of-the-art technology and techniques. 

 

A healthy smile is a beautiful smile - We can help you maintain or regain confidence in your smile. 

 

At Quest Dental, we understand that a lot of people can be uncomfortable with visiting the dentist. A bad experience at the dentist can fill a patient with dread and anxiety that they will keep with them for years.

 

Our top priority is to provide you with a gentle and comfortable dental experience from the moment you schedule your first exam, throughout treatment, and throughout the years. Our dentists, dental hygienists, and other dental staff are highly trained. Trust is essential to our team, and we believe that every interaction with our patients is an opportunity to improve our reputation for a compassionate dental practice. Our positive reputation in the Eugene family and the surrounding areas was hard-earned.

 

We’d love to show you all the ways we can help keep you smiling. 

 

Additionally, we understand that the cost of dental treatment can be a challenge for individuals and families. That is why we offer a wide range of payment methods and options and our affordable dentistry. We accept most private insurances and accept payment plans. Our staff will do their very best to ensure that you get the maximum from your dental benefits for all covered services. 

 

Quest Dental provides many different services for people seeking out a dentist in Eugene Oregon. These services include but are not limited to teeth cleaning and hygiene, cavities/fillings, dental crowns, dental implants, dentures, bridges, root canals therapy, tooth pain, extractions, gum disease treatment, wisdom teeth removal, teeth whitening, dental porcelain veneers, general dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, implant dentistry, family dentistry treatment & more! We also provide Kids Dentistry in Eugene, Oregon. We believe that every child deserves quality dental care. Our teams are dedicated to providing family dentistry in a fun-filled atmosphere where kids feel at home!
We look forward to meeting you and your child at your initial visit to Quest Dental. Let us help keep your child’s smile bright and cavity-free for years to come!

 

The oral health of our patients matters to us. Rest assured that we will work hard to present you with all of the options and help you find the solution that works best for your dental health.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How often should I visit the dentist?

New Patients are always welcome in our family dental practice! Even if it’s been a while since you have visited the dental clinic, we recommend a check-up and visit for dental hygiene every 6 months as an excellent general dentistry rule. However, in particular instances, your dentist may recommend more frequent visits to monitor your oral health. Regular, frequent check-ups with the dentist will help you stay on top of potential problems that could be developing and save you the trouble of experiencing pain or expensive procedures.

In addition to relieving pain and preventing further damage to your teeth and jaw, a dentist can help improve your aesthetics. Cosmetic dentistry is highly sought after to improve a person’s looks and give them a boost to their confidence.

  • Should I still see a dentist if I am not experiencing any pain?

While pain can be a likely sign that there is damage to your teeth or jaw, people don’t always notice or experience pain related to every dental issue, especially, but not limited to, less severe problems. You’re better off getting treated for a smaller issue that is less painful and less expensive before it becomes a huge problem.

  • What does a dental hygienist do?

The dental hygienist is a licensed dental professional who works with your dentist to monitor and maintain a healthy mouth. They are trained to work on preventing and treating oral diseases. When you schedule a cleaning, the dental hygienist will give you a deep clean that is very difficult to achieve on your own. Dental hygienists clear away build up on and around your teeth and gums. If left unchecked, this build-up of tartar and plaque will create an environment most often associated with gum disease and gingivitis, and other diseases.

  • What is gum disease?

Gum disease, also known as periodontal disease, is an infection in your gums and the surrounding tissue that can lead to bleeding gums, inflammation, chewing problems, tooth loss, and even bone loss.

Gingivitis is the stage before the periodontal disease. Gingivitis can be treated in its earlier stages. Periodontal disease in its advanced stages is a permanent condition.

These disease can be prevented by proper dental hygiene at home and with the help of a dental hygienist and dentist.​

  • What is Dental Filling and Tooth Cavity Filling?

When your tooth develops decay resulting in a cavity, it needs to be treated by a dentist to prevent the tooth from being lost or creating other oral care problems. The dentist will begin by numbing your mouth. Then, he will prepare the tooth for the filling by removing the decaying part of the tooth. A combination of robust composite materials will be placed onto the tooth to “fill” it. This composite is very durable and looks a lot like your dental enamel. This effectively restores the tooth and prevents decay from creating more problems on that part of the tooth.

  • How long do dental fillings last?

Fillings can last many years, but they will often break or be in need of being fixed up again eventually. Dental fillings stand up to a lot of wear and tear. They can last as long as 5, 10, or even 20 years. Your dentist will inform you about which fillings need to be replaced and why.​