Welcome to Chesterfield Valley Dental

We are locally owned by Dr. Robert Rahm, a Chesterfield resident. If you're looking for a dentist who is invested in your lifetime care, you've come to the right place. Dr. Rahm offers a patient focused practice for the quality conscious and will see you and your family year after year.

  • “I always have a great experience visiting Dr. Rahm's office. His staff is friendly and and the atmosphere is inviting. I recommend Dr. Rahm to all our family and friends.”
  • “Very good, comfortable & friendly serviceOne of the better more comfortable crown preps and the Netflix while in the chair was a nice touch!”
  • “Chesterfield Valley Dental Group to me was a wonderful experience. The staff were all kind and extremely helpful and couldn't be nicer. The Dr. Was wonderful as well!!! Im looking forward to my next visits to come!!!Thanks everyone for making my visit a memorable one!!!!”
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Dr. Robert Rahm
Robert L. Rahm, DDS
Chesterfield Valley Dental

Dr. Rahm really enjoys getting to know his patients personally - it's the best part of his day! Many of our patients are friends, neighbors, family and other members of our schools and community. His goal is to personally care for each patient as he would his own friend or family member. He believes in patients having a dentist to care for them over a lifetime and is proud to be a local small business owner in our community.read more

Emergency Dental Care in Chesterfield MO

Emergency Dental Care | Chesterfield Valley DentalHaving a dental emergency is never a fun experience. Whether it’s a sports injury, a surprise toothache, or a tooth that is on its last leg, it's important to know you have an emergency dentist in Chesterfield, MO who will work quickly to get you comfortable and fix your teeth. At Chesterfield Valley Dental Group, we understand the importance of providing fast and compassionate dental care in an emergency.

Urgent Dental Care When You Need It

Our Chesterfield, MO dental office is ready to help when you have a dental emergency. Many times we can even get you in to see the dentist the same day, and we have temporary solutions to relieve pain until a permanent solution can be accomplished. If you're experiencing a dental emergency, call our office right away so we can schedule an appointment as soon as possible and provide advice and solutions for interim care and pain relief before your dental treatment.

If you have an urgent dental problem that is not an emergency, such as a loose or broken crown or filling, we will get you in to see Dr. Rahm quickly, usually within the same day. We understand how inconvenient these issues can be and want to help you resolve them as fast as we can.

If you experience a dental emergency after hours and are a patient of record with our dental office in Chesterfield, you can reach Dr. Rahm by phone or by text. Dr. Rahm will be able to provide triage for your emergency until the next business day or advise you to visit the emergency room if necessary.

Advice for Dental Emergencies

If you're having a dental emergency, time is of the essence. Here are tips for dealing with some of the most common emergencies before your appointment:

  • To provide relief for a toothache, you can rinse your mouth with warm water and floss gently around the sore tooth to ensure there is no food debris irritating the tooth or gums. If your mouth is swollen, a cold compress can be used on the outside of your mouth to reduce swelling and help with the pain.
  • For a knocked-out tooth, try to handle it only by the crown, never the root. Rinse the tooth in warm water to remove any dirt. Never scrub the tooth. If possible, re-seat the tooth in its socket. If this is not possible, the tooth can be preserved in a small container of milk or salt water solution. Call our office immediately. We have the highest chance of saving the tooth if the dentist can re-seat it in the socket within one hour of the trauma.
  • Abscessed teeth can be very painful and can cause serious health problems if left untreated. It is important to see your dentist as soon as possible when suffering from an abscess. In the meantime, rinsing with a mixture of 1/2 teaspoon of salt in 8 ounces of warm water several times a day can ease the pain of an abscess and help with the infection.
  • Injuries to soft tissue such as the tongue, gums, and cheek can result in bleeding. To control the bleeding, rinse your mouth with salt water solution. Moistened gauze or a damp tea bag can be used to apply pressure to injury. Hold them in place for 15 to 20 minutes. If the bleeding doesn't stop, call our office immediately or visit the emergency room.

Call Now for Fast Treatment for Your Dental Emergency

If you are experiencing a dental emergency and need assistance, contact our office immediately. We can help make you comfortable and will schedule our soonest available appointment to get you treated quickly.