• Dental Crowns for the King of Magic
    You might think David Copperfield leads a charmed life:  He can escape from ropes, chains, and prison cells, make a Learjet or a railroad car disappear, and even appear Read more
  • Dry Mouth
    Dry mouth is abnormal dryness resulting from decreased saliva. It can be caused by side effects of medications (too many to list!) or by salivary gland damage. Some conditions that Read more
  • Reduce Future Bite Problems with These Innovative Techniques
    When you think orthodontics, you may instantly picture braces or clear aligners worn by teenagers or adults. But there’s more to orthodontics than correcting fully developed malocclusions (poor bites). Read more
  • Special Announcement!
    Marlene Karpinski, wife of the late Dr. Donald Karpinski, has chosen Dr. Robb to acquire the practice of her late husband. We appreciate the trust that Mrs. Karpinski has placed Read more
  • "My _____ keeps falling out. Can you help me?"
    Fill in the blank in the title with denture, partial, crown, bridge, onlay, filling---basically anything a dentist does or makes for you to replace something you’ve lost. It is important to Read more
  • Why Do You Ask All Those Questions About My Health?
    Do you cringe at the sight of your dentist’s health history form or glance over it distractedly when you’re asked to update it? It may not seem like it, but Read more
  • FAQ: Interceptive Orthodontics for Children
    Have you heard about interceptive orthodontics? This type of early intervention could benefit perhaps 10â??20% of children who need orthodontic treatment, making a positive impact on tooth and jaw Read more
  • National Dental Hygiene Month
    Did you know that October is National Dental Hygiene Month? Dental hygiene is more than just fresh breath or white teeth. Study after study has shown that the health of Read more
  • Are You Gnashing Your Teeth?
    Gnashing is grinding or biting noisily. The phrase above is often used to mean that you are experiencing a strong emotion, sometimes in response to something that you cannot do Read more
  • Why Dental Care is Even More Important When You're Pregnant
    Learning you’re pregnant can be a joyous moment. But it also means life is about to change as you focus on protecting you and your child from anything that Read more
  • Choosing a Mouthwash
    If you’ve walked down the dental care aisle at the store, you may be overwhelmed by all the mouthwash choices. Which one is right for you? Well, it all depends Read more
  • "Can I Have a Tooth Removed if There's Infection There?"
    Based on some comments I’ve heard in the last few weeks, it seems there is a widespread belief that a dentist or oral surgeon will not remove a tooth until Read more
  • Any Time, Any Place: Cam Newton's Guide to Flossing
    When is the best time to floss your teeth: Morning? Bedtime? How about: whenever and wherever the moment feels right? For Cam Newton, award-winning NFL quarterback for the Carolina Panthers, Read more
  • Same Day Denture (Immediate) vs Traditional Method Denture
    If you’re faced with having all your teeth removed, you may be asked to decide if you want a same day denture (also called an immediate denture) or if you Read more
  • Got Crooked Teeth?
    What activities are you looking forward to this season? Do any of them involve photographs? Do you find that you try to hide your teeth because of how they look? Read more
  • A Retainer Helps You Keep Your New Smile After Braces
    Moving your teeth to a more functional and attractive alignment is a big undertaking. You can invest months — even years — and a lot of expense to correct Read more