Thursday, February 21, 2013

Mesa Family Dentist & Cool Dental Facts

Mesa family Dentist 

Here are some interesting facts about your teeth
  • Tooth enamel is the hardest part of the human body!
  • One quarter of adults in the US have lost all their teeth
  • Teeth start to form before we are born
  • They’re called wisdom teeth because the come in when you’re older and wiser
  • We produce 100,000 gallons of saliva in a lifetime which helps prevent tooth decay by moving food away from teeth
  • Tooth decay is the second most common disease after the cold
  • People prefer blue toothbrushes over red
  • A middle age custom was to kiss a donkey for toothaches
  • We buy 18 yards of dental floss a year we should buy 122 yards
  • Visiting the dentist at least twice a year is imperative for dental health

For more information on dental health and or to schedule your routine dental exam and cleaning call 480-924-2300 or visit our site @

The Robison Dental Group currently accepts the following insurances; city of Mesa, Banner Health Indemnity Plans, All Indemnity Plans, Delta Dental Premier Plan, Boeing Washington Dental Services.** If you do not see your provider listed, contact us to verify their acceptance status.

The Robison Dental Group Is conveniently located in the East Valley
2855 E. Brown Road Suite #23
Mesa, AZ 85213
Phone: 480-924-2300

Monday, February 11, 2013

Emergency Dental Care in Mesa AZ For Severe Tooth pain Relief

Emergency Dental Care in Mesa AZ For Severe Tooth pain Relief

Dr. Robison makes himself available 24/7 for Emergency Dental Care.
You don’t have to suffer any longer, at The Robison Dental Group, we know first-hand just how painful a dental problem can be. Call Our Emergency Dental Care 480-924-2300 at any time or day.
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Monday, February 4, 2013

Mesa Dentist Office - The Robison Dental Group’s Flossing Tips

The Robison Dental Group Has Some Great Tips for Brushing and flossing your Teeth 

This is a creative way to teach your children about flossing by putting Play-Doh in between Mega Bloks. Have your child use a piece of yarn to get it out!

Local Mesa, AZ Dentist Dr. Gary Robison states that by the time you're eight years old, you should be able to floss your own teeth. Try using a loop of floss. Tie the ends of a 10-inch piece of floss, forming a circle. Hold the floss tightly between the thumbs and forefingers.

It helps to floss your teeth the same way each time, so that you don't miss any teeth.
always Floss gently, so you don't hurt your gums. 

This is the best way to brush your teeth
First you need to put the head of the toothbrush against your gumline and the tips of the bristles at a 45-degree angle to your gumline. 

Make sure to move the toothbrush back and forth, going in a circle and scrubbing, several times in each spot.

Keep the bristles angled against the gumline, while you brush both the inner and outer surfaces of each tooth.

Brush the chewing surfaces of your teeth straight on.

Clean the inside surfaces of the front teeth by tilting the brush upright and making several up-and-down strokes with the front of the brush.

Finish by brushing your tongue, which helps to remove germs from your mouth that cause bad breath.

 Rinse with water or a fluoride mouthwash to remove loosened plaque.

The Robison Dental Group Brushing Tips

Gently brush your teeth. Don't squash the bristles - that means you're brushing too hard.

Replace your toothbrush every two to three months, or as soon as the bristles are worn or bent. A worn-out toothbrush does not clean your teeth properly and will hurt your gums. You should also always replace your toothbrush after you've had a cold.

Make sure you are reaching every tooth. The toothbrush can only clean one or two teeth at a time, so move it around a lot.

Try not to use a toothbrush with hard bristles. That will hurt your gums. Use a toothbrush with soft, end-rounded bristles.

For more information on children’s dental health and or to schedule an appointment call 480-924-2300 or visit our site @