• Diabetes and Your Dental Health
    Diabetes is a chronic inflammatory group of diseases that affects your body’s ability to process sugar.  If you have diabetes, you are more prone to infections, so it is extremely Read more
  • A Topical Fluoride Treatment Could Protect Your Child from Tooth Decay
    A lot happens in your child’s mouth from infancy to early adulthood. Not surprisingly, it’s the most active period for development of teeth, gums and jaw structure. Our primary Read more
  • Want a Whiter, Brighter Smile?
    Do you dislike the color of your teeth? Perhaps so much so that you avoid having your picture taken or don’t smile very often in real life. If so, you Read more
  • Fluoride: Yes or No?
    Fluoride is a naturally occurring mineral that is absorbed by your teeth as they are forming. It can also help prevent tooth decay by re-mineralizing and strengthening your tooth enamel. Read more
  • Keep a Lookout for These Soft Tissue Conditions in the Mouth
    There's more to your dental visit than preventing or treating teeth or gum problems. We're also on the lookout for a number of potential soft tissue problems that could Read more
  • Feeling Long In The Tooth?
    If you feel like your tooth is looking longer than it used to, you may be right! The most common reason that teeth look longer is that your gums have Read more
  • 4 Tips for Avoiding Dental Disease While Wearing Braces
    Wearing braces takes time, but if all goes well the changes to your smile will be well worth it. In the meantime, though, you’ll have to contend with one Read more
  • Baby Teeth Are Important!
    Myth: You don’t need to take care of your baby teeth because they’re going to fall out anyway. Truth: Baby teeth are important. Your child’s baby teeth assist with speech (and Read more
  • National Brush Day
    November 1st is National Brush Day. Fitting for the day after Trick or Treat, don't you think? While National Brush Day was originally conceived to remind parents to brush their Read more
  • Happy Halloween!
    Be safe trick or treating! And keep your teeth safe from cavities by making sure to brush well after your sugary treats. If you choose something very sticky, take extra Read more
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • "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