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Help Kids at School with Good Oral Health

August 24, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — robisondental @ 10:48 am
Kids sitting together on a staircase

With summer ending, you’re likely prepping your kids for the coming school year. That means buying textbooks, notebooks, and related supplies in most cases. However, there’s another way you could aid your child with future classes: gift them a back-to-school dental checkup. The reality is that school success and good oral health have a strong connection. If you’d like to learn why, your Canton dentist is happy to explain. Here’s a summary of how having good teeth can lead to good grades!


How Cosmetic Dentistry Can Make You Look Younger

July 17, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — robisondental @ 11:59 pm
person with nice smile thanks to cosmetic dentistry

Discover the perfect remedy for addressing dental problems linked to aging through cosmetic dentistry, reinvigorating the brilliance of your smile. As teeth naturally undergo discoloration, deterioration, and misalignment as the years go by, modern cosmetic dentistry offers highly effective solutions. By means of various treatments, it elevates dental aesthetics while boosting self-confidence. Dive into the benefits of cosmetic dentistry, its commonly employed procedures, and its approach to managing age-related dental issues.


3 Summer Foods to Avoid When Recovering from Dental Implant Placement

July 3, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — robisondental @ 5:25 pm
Man smiling while using tongs to pick up a hot dog off a grill with kebabs, hot dogs, and corn on the cob at a barbecue with his family in the background

Are you recovering from dental implant surgery this summer? Protect your fun in the sun by taking extra good care of your new implants as you heal! The last thing you want to derail your plans is an emergency trip to the dentist! This summer is one to remember, but let’s make sure it’s not for the wrong reasons. From holidays to celebrations, you’re going to want to enjoy your favorite treats and drinks. But if you’ve just gotten dental implants, here are 3 summer foods you should avoid.


How To Be More Personable

June 22, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — robisondental @ 8:29 am
someone smiling and shaking someone else’s hand

No matter what kind of career you’re in, one of the most essential tools you can have is people skills. Whether you’re talking to clients, coworkers, or even your supervisors, knowing how to appear friendly and personable is important to your success.

That can be easier said than done, but thankfully, there are some tried-and-true ways to come off better to others. Here are a few tips to help you seem a little bit more personable.


How To Protect Your Oral Health This Summer

June 2, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — robisondental @ 8:26 am
Someone smiling in the summer sun

Summer vacation is an opportunity to relax, unwind, and take a break from the rest of your life. However, your teeth aren’t afforded the same luxury—they’re working hard for you 24/7, 365 days a year.

The least you can do is maintain them as best you can while you’re on vacation. Here are a few things you ought to keep in mind.


4 Reasons to Visit the Dentist at the Start of Summer

May 23, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — robisondental @ 3:19 pm
Woman on a beach laughing and smiling

Summer is fast approaching. It’s almost time for children to take a break from school and for families to start planning fun vacations and outings. But before you get too swept up in all the excitement, you should make sure that everyone’s dental needs are met. It’s highly recommended that you schedule a dental visit for everyone in your family at the start of the summer; here are 4 important reasons why.


Give Your College Graduate the Gift of Cosmetic Dentistry

May 13, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — robisondental @ 2:00 pm
College graduate smiling and holding his diploma

If anyone in your family is graduating in the near future, you’ll naturally want to get them a gift to mark the occasion. But what kind of gift should it be? One idea is to give them something that can potentially increase their chances of success when they head out into the world looking for a job. In many cases, cosmetic dentistry can be a great option; here’s why the gift of a more attractive smile could be just what the graduate in your life needs.


Have You Considered Investing Your Tax Refund in Your Smile?

April 15, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — robisondental @ 2:58 pm
a woman smiling happily with her tax refund money

April brings blooming flowers and much-needed spring showers. You can also expect some extra money to pour in since it’s Tax Day on the 18th.  As you consider what to put the additional funds toward, you should think about the difference it can make for your smile! There are many dental services that are a worthy investment in your oral health. Read on to learn how using your tax refund for your dental health is a smart way to go!


Oral Cancer 101: What to Know for a Healthy Smile

April 5, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — robisondental @ 12:29 pm
a woman holding up a picture of oral cancer

As the saying goes, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. This applies to many things in life, including your oral health! By attending your dental checkups and cleanings every six months, you are not only keeping your teeth in peak condition but preventing any issues from developing into something more serious. While many people think the dentist is only checking for early signs of tooth decay and gum disease, they are also looking for symptoms of oral cancer. By detecting this disease in its early stages, you can receive the necessary treatment to keep it from spreading. Read on to learn about the risk factors and symptoms of oral cancer.


How Long Do Dental Fillings Usually Last?

March 29, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — robisondental @ 2:30 am
close-up of a dental filling

Dental fillings are a quick and easy fix for patients who are in pain due to a cavity or toothache, and that’s all they are to most people. That being the case, most people don’t want to think too much about their restorations on a daily basis.

However, your restorations won’t last you forever, so it’s worth considering carefully how long you can expect them to protect your teeth. If you’re interested, here’s a guide that may be able to help you.

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