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Save your Smile with Gum Surgery from your Canton Dentist

January 3, 2019

Filed under: General Dentistry,Restorative Dentistry — Robison Dental @ 7:14 pm

gum diseaseHas your smile been damaged by gum disease? You are not alone. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates at least 50% of adults suffer from a form on the infection. Although it is easily treatable without invasive procedures during its earliest stage, known as gingivitis, symptoms of the infection often go unnoticed. As a result, it progresses in severity. To save your smile, you may need gum surgery in Canton. Dr. J.D. Robison uses the latest advancements in dentistry to restore your gum health.




Smile Renewing Full-Mouth Reconstruction

August 19, 2017

patient receive full mouth reconstruction treatmentWhen the worst happens, you might not immediately think about how to repair or replace what’s lost. Traumatic injuries and emergencies are frightening, painful, and stressful. It’s no surprise that many people in the midst of these issues don’t think they’ll ever smile again, especially those whose smiles are part of the problem. Following severe facial damage, complete tooth loss, or other serious oral health issues, you may need to consider full-mouth reconstruction. These personalized restorative dentistry plans help patients regain the confidence to share their smiles every day.

Restore Your Smile with Dental Implants in Canton, MI

February 20, 2015

480753457Having one or more missing teeth is no picnic. Even one missing tooth can make eating and speaking difficult. And then there’s the self-conscious feeling of knowing that when you smile, people might focus on your missing tooth. These troubles can be eliminated with dental implants. Dr. J.D. Robison at Robinson Dental Group has used dental implants to the restore the smiles of many people in and around Canton, MI, and he can do the same for you!

Although you have other choices when it comes to tooth restoration—crown and bridgework, partial and full dentures—the most lifelike among them is a dental implant. The reason is a dental implant replaces not only the crown of the tooth—the portion that’s visible—but also the tooth’s root. As such, an implant affords greater stability as well as the advantage of maintaining jawbone structure, because the implant averts bone deterioration.

What’s involved in the Dental Implant Procedure?

If we determine that a dental implant is the best option for you, then the first step is minor surgery during which Dr. Robison implants a titanium post in the bone beneath the open socket of your missing tooth. If your dental implant will be used to secure a partial or full denture, then he will strategically place more than one implant along your arch. As you heal, the post or posts and your jawbone will fuse together in a process called osseointegration. During this time, Dr. Robison will likely protect the implant with a temporary crown.

Once you have completely healed, you’ll return to our office to have your permanent, custom-crafted porcelain crown affixed to the implant. The result is a solid tooth restoration that looks a functions like a real tooth.

Schedule an Appointment Today

If you would like to consult with Dr. Robison to learn more about how dental implants can restore your smile, then call Robison Dental Group. We proudly serve patients in Canton, MI, as well as the surrounding areas of Ann Arbor, Northville, Westland, and Plymouth and beyond.

What Causes Tooth Decay and How Is It Treated?

September 27, 2013

In our last post, we talked about the powerful effect stomach acid can have on teeth. Most cases of decay aren’t caused by stomach acid, though. Instead, when most patients experience tooth decay, it’s the result of bacteria and plaque. Bacteria reacts to many foods—especially foods high in sugar—by producing acid, which leads to more bacteria and more acid, resulting in an environment harmful to teeth.

What’s more, the buildup of bacteria, plaque, and acid also contributes to gum disease. As one of the most common oral health conditions a patient can face, gum disease can have a dramatic effect on one’s oral health (it’s the most common cause of tooth loss in adults)

Thankfully, Dr. John R. Robison and Dr. J.D. Robison offer care for both tooth decay and gum disease. With services like composite fillings and porcelain crowns, plus periodontal therapy, our Canton dental team can provide effective care against both.

We also recommend coming to Robison Dental Group twice a year for checkups and cleanings. Though we offer these great general and restorative services, regular checkups and cleanings are designed to prevent the most common oral health conditions from forming in the first place.

During your visit we can also offer home care tips that will help you protect your smile in between visits to our Canton dental office. We recommend brushing at least twice a day and flossing at least once. You may also benefit from an antibacterial or fluoride mouthwash.

Has it been more than six months since your last checkup? Call Robison Dental Group for an appointment. We serve patients from Canton, Ann Arbor, Northville, Westland, Plymouth, and beyond.

TMJ Headache Prevention for Canton and Beyond

August 29, 2013

Many patients experience chronic headaches without understanding what might be causing them. The surprising truth is that, often, frequent headaches—plus neck, shoulder, and back pain—are caused by a problem with your bite, labeled as TMJ syndrome.

TMJ stands for temporomandibular joint. Every patient has two, and they’re located near the ear, where your upper jaw and your lower jaw meet. These joints make it easy to open and close your mouth for eating, speaking, yawning, etc. Sometimes, though, stress or an improper bite can cause the joints to dysfunction, exposing nerve endings and resulting in your uncomfortable symptoms.

Have you experienced symptoms that you think could be related to TMJ syndrome? Dr. John R. Robison and Dr. J.D. Robinson or Robison Dental Group can help. Using some of today’s best technology, we can detect your misalignment and treat it, bringing you relief from your symptoms.

Call Robison Dental Group today to schedule an appointment with our Canton dental team. We want to help you find relief from discomfort and enjoy better oral and overall health. We offer effective TMJ therapy to patients from Ann Arbor, Northville, Westland, Plymouth, and beyond.

Improve the Appearance and Functionality of Your Smile with Full-Mouth Reconstruction

August 15, 2013

For patients who avoid smiling because of how their teeth look, a full-mouth reconstruction from Robison Dental Group can help you improve how your smile looks and how it functions. Like a smile makeover, a full-mouth reconstruction combines multiple services into one customized plan.

Some of the services most often included in a full-mouth reconstruction include:

But how can you know which services are right for you? Dr. John R. Robison and Dr. J.D. Robison will help through a consultation appointment at their Canton dental office.

What does a consultation visit involve?

A consultation begins with your Canton doctor taking a close look at your teeth and gums to see what your needs are. Also involved is a conversation with you about how you’d like us to help you. What our Canton team is trying to understand with all of this is your medical history, your needs, and your goals going forward. Then, we’ll take all that and put together a treatment plan that’s completely customized. After all, not every patient has the same needs.

Do you want to learn more about full-mouth reconstructions? Call Robison Dental Group today to reserve an appointment with our Canton dental office. We provide excellent general, cosmetic, and restorative care to patients from Ann Arbor, Northville, Westland, Plymouth, and beyond.

Periodontal Disease and Gum Health

December 13, 2012

gum diseasePeriodontal disease is a serious dental health concern. Here at Robison Dental Group we’re committed to checking you for signs of this disease at every appointment. This is yet another reason why it’s very important that you see us twice a year for your regular check up.

A common form of periodontal disease is gingivitis, or inflammation of the gums. Gingivitis is caused by a buildup of plaque and tartar left on the teeth. After a while, they will irritate the gums. If left untreated, gingivitis can develop into periodontitis, where the gums start to pull away from the teeth and infected pockets develop.

Drs. John and J.D. Robison provide periodontal therapy to help treat this condition. We have a non-surgical treatment available to help remove plaque and tartar from your teeth. Your gums will go from being swollen and bleeding to a nice, healthy pink color. But first, our doctors will meet with you and create a customized treatment plan to get your gums healthy again!

Some general signs that you might have gingivitis include swollen and bleeding gums, and chronic bad breath. If you’re concerned about the health of your gums, give us a call, we’d love to help you!

If you’re interested in learning more about periodontal disease, call our Canton office today! At Robison Dental Group we’re committed to providing quality oral care to our patients from Canton, Ann Arbor, Northville, Westland and Plymouth!

The Importance of Post-Operative Care

November 29, 2012

When you have dental work done, the care doesn’t stop at the chair. Oftentimes, there are special care instructions, known as post-operative instructions, that you’ll need to follow immediately after the procedure to ensure you don’t undo the good work that was just done.

The helpful post-operative instructions you’ll receive from Robison Dental Group in Canton will help guide you through the recovery period and ensure your teeth remain healthy. Sometime they’re tips about sensations you may be feeling, and sometimes they’re specific tasks, such as  brushing your teeth a certain way. Either way, they’re an important resource.

After your treatment, our trained staff will go over any restrictions or special instructions you’ll need to follow. You can also find a list of our post-operative instructions on our website for reference.  There you’ll find instructions for numerous procedures, including crown and bridges, deep teeth cleaning, dentures, extractions, fillings, root canals, implants and gum surgery.

It is very important to follow the instructions carefully. After spending the time and effort to undergo these procedures, you don’t want to do something that could potentially negatively impact them.

If you have any additional questions after your treatment, feel free to call our Canton office! Our doctors are here to help with any questions or concerns you may have. At Robison Dental Group we’re committed to providing quality oral care to our patients from Canton, Ann Arbor, Northville, Westland and Plymouth!

Contemporary Restorative Care for Canton-Area Patients

August 14, 2012

At some point, every smile will need restorative help of some kind, even if it’s just a small filling. That’s why our doctors and team members at Robison Dental Group of Canton have made providing great restorative dental care a top priority. With our popular and effective services we can help patients from all surrounding areas enjoy improved functionality and confidence.

Our Canton-area restorative dentistry services include:

Not sure which of these services you might need, though? You don’t have to figure out that out on your own; that’s why we’re here! Through a simple but compassionate consultation visit with Dr. John R. Robison or Dr. J.D. Robison, we can help you decide which restorative dentistry option is most right for you.

After we’ve helped you choose a restorative dentistry service, we can work with you to put together a plan that works with your schedule and brings you closer and closer to your goal of having a more functional smile that is also more attractive and inviting.

Schedule Your Consultation Today

If you’re ready to create a new smile, call our Canton dental office today. We proudly serve patients from Ann Arbor, Northville, Westland, and Plymouth with great general, cosmetic, and restorative dentistry.

Restore Your Smile’s Functionality and Appearance with Full-Mouth Makeover

July 31, 2012

At Robison Dental Group, we offer great restorative dentistry services to help our patients from Canton and beyond improve the appearance and functionality of their smiles. But for some patients, it may take more than one service to completely restore what’s been lost. That’s why Dr. John Robison and Dr. J.D. Robison also offer a service known as full-mouth reconstruction.

What Is Full-Mouth Reconstruction?

That question can’t be answered simply. After all, every patient has different needs, which means that every full-mouth reconstruction we complete will be a bit different. Regardless of the specifics, though, each full-mouth reconstruction draws from general, cosmetic, and restorative dentistry to create a beautiful, functional smile.

Your full-mouth reconstruction could include services like:

  • Crowns and fillings
  • Bridgework
  • Partial and full dentures
  • Dental implants, and more

Your doctor will work closely with you to create a treatment plan that achieves the results you’ve been looking for.

Want to find out more about any of these services? Take a look around our website or give our Canton office a call. We’d be happy to schedule a consultation visit for you. Consultation visits are important because they give your doctor a chance to get to know exactly what your needs are.

Call us today. We serve patients from Canton, Ann Arbor, Northville, Westland, and Plymouth.


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