• What You Can Do About the Color of Your Teeth
    For most of us, teeth do darken (usually to a more yellow shade) as we age. Tobacco, foods, beverages and tartar deposits can stain your tooth enamel. (Enamel is what Read more
  • Cavities and Dental Decay
    Teeth are meant to last a lifetime. It is a myth that you have to lose teeth as you get older. The two most common reasons that adults lose teeth Read more
  • April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month
    April is Oral Cancer Awareness month. In the past year, I personally know two people who were diagnosed with head & neck cancers. Other people you may have heard of Read more
  • A Cleaning is a Cleaning, Or is it?
    You may think all dental cleanings are the same, but in reality, there are different cleaning types for different circumstances. The type of cleaning you need is determined by how Read more
  • What Are Tooth Colored Fillings?
    Tooth-colored fillings fix dental decay, but unlike old-fashioned metal fillings, they leave your smile seamlessly restored. Dr. Jennifer Robb, your dentist in Lorain, OH, uses these cosmetic fillings in a Read more
  • Bated (or Baited) Breath
    Have you ever heard the term waiting with bated (or baited) breath? Most sources agree that bated, which is a shortened form of abated, is the correct spelling for the Read more
  • Home Care Is Not Enough!
    While we certainly hope you are diligent with your home dental program, even the best oral home care is not enough. Your home care is only part of the solution Read more
  • Oral Care for Kids
    Taking care of the mouth starts before your child has teeth.  You should wipe your baby’s gums with a wet washcloth after feeding to get them used to the post-eating Read more
  • Drop Your Teeth!
    Drop your teeth (or jaw dropping) is a saying which means to be very astonished or shocked or to react with great surprise. And for those of you who have Read more
  • Clenching, and Grinding, and Bruxing! Oh My!
    Bruxism includes clenching and grinding your teeth. Both clenching and grinding are called parafunctional because you are using your teeth for something other than their primary purpose of chewing. This Read more
  • Your Gums and Your Heart
    In a few day's we'll be celebrating Valentine's Day. The symbol that seems most associated with Valentine's Day is the heart, so it seems fitting that I post about a Read more
  • Which Cosmetic Dentistry Procedure Is Right for You?
    Cosmetic dentistry continues to grow in popularity each year, with more and more dentists acquainting themselves with the necessary procedures to make patients' smiles shine. Below, are a few scenarios Read more
  • Children's Dental Health Month
    February is Children's Dental Health Month. That's one of the reasons we're participating in  "Give Kids A Smile" in February. A few appointments are still available on Wednesday, February 13, 2019 Read more
  • Free Dental Care for Children for Give Kids a Smile Day!
    On Wednesday, February 13, 2019 Dr. Robb's office will offer free preventive care to children ages 17 and under as part of the nation-wide Give Kids A Smile. Appointments are Read more
  • What You Should Know Before You Start Cancer Treatment
    The last thing you want to have to think about during cancer treatment is a dental emergency—seeing your dentist before you start is the best way to begin. If possible, Read more
  • By The Skin of Your Teeth
    Have you ever heard the expression “by the skin of your teeth” and wondered what it meant? After all, teeth don’t have skin—at least not skin like the rest of Read more