Meet the Patient
Monica is 46 and was unhappy with her smile. The chief complaint was her front teeth were broken and chipped and she felt her smile was affecting her quality of life. Watch the interview below to learn a bit more:
Robinson Dental has been a godsend to me! Dr. Brent completely restored my mouth, smile and self esteem. Anyone would be in great hands if they go to him and his entire team.They ALL really and ...
Did you know that CDC has the statistic that gum disease affects HALF of the adult population in America older than 30 years old? For the population that doesn’t have it- gum disease isn’t taken as seriously as it deserves, which may be why it becomes so common as people age. Some questions such as: “What IS gum disease? What are the signs? How do I prevent it? What are my treatment options?” are the questions we SHOULD be researching properly ...
Did you know that your medical insurance may cover part of the cost of your implants? That's right, at Robinson Dental we can bill your medical insurance as well as your dental insurance to help reduce the out of pocket costs for your implant procedure.
Understanding Dental Implants
Dental implants are
artificial tooth roots that provide a permanent base for fixed, replacement
teeth. Compared to dentures, bridges and crowns, dental implants are a popular
and effective long-term solution for people who suffer from missing teeth,
Last month, we looked at foods and drinks that can stain your teeth, but whiteness isn’t the only measure of healthy teeth. There are lots of foods that can chip your teeth or damage dental work in your mouth when you eat them. What are some of these problem foods? Your Lynnwood, WA dentist can warn you about some of the biggest culprits when it comes to chipped teeth, loose fillings, and broken crowns.
On a hot summer day, it’s great ...
By this point, it’s pretty clear that people want white teeth. As a country, we spend $1.4 billion on consumer teeth whitening products, and the teeth whitening industry generates over $11 billion a year in revenue. We’re not complaining that people are willing to pay to have white teeth, but it does beg the question—what’s staining our teeth in the first place?
Foods and drinks cause staining in a couple ways. Foods that are high in acid tend to strip away enamel, ...