Saturday, March 21, 2015
“Pearly whites” is a term often used to describe teeth. If your teeth anything less than pearly and white, there is no need to worry. A yellowing of the teeth is common for many individuals. There are a number of reasons teeth may lose that bright white color. Food, beverages and lifestyle choices can cause discoloration of the teeth.
If you drink coffee, tea or wine, tooth discoloration is to be expected. Similarly, if you are a smoker, yellowing of the teeth is likely to occur. Certain medications may also cause yellowing of the teeth. Age is yet another contributing factor. Your teeth often yellow with age. Fortunately, your Mesa, AZ Dentist Dr. Gary A. Robison can whiten your teach with LUMIBRITE bleaching procedure. For more information on LUMIBRITE take-home whitening, please visit their website @ http://www.denmat.com/Lumibrite-Whitening .
Bleaching is one of the fastest, easiest, and most enjoyable of all the cosmetic dentistry procedures. Dr. Gary A. Robison from the Robison Dental Group in Mesa, AZ can create a custom mouthpiece just for you. A solution is placed inside the mouthpiece and then the mouthpiece goes in your mouth. One session typically takes 45-minutes to an hour to complete and most people see their desired results in 2 to 4 weeks.
For more information on teeth whitening option in Mesa, AZ, please call the Robison Dental Group at 480-924-2300 or visit our website @ https://www.drrobison.com/index.html
Tuesday, March 10, 2015
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Dental x-rays are needed when you are added as a new patient and ongoing every 6-18 months, depending on the your particular needs. X-rays help us find hidden dental decay, impacted teeth, show bone loss, cysts, abscesses and more.
Our office uses digital X-rays, which have several advantages of traditional X-rays. For instance,:
- Less Radiation: Digital X-ray provide an 80% reduction in radiation
- More Comfortable for You: Biting the paper tab used in taking traditional X-rays can be uncomfortable and push up against your mouth in awkward ways. Digital X-rays work differently by putting a small sensor in your mouth connected by a thin wire to a computer. X-rays are sent out to the sensor through your teeth to capture the image. The sensor can be moved to take other images.
- Quick Developing: Typically they are ready in as short of a time as 3 seconds.
- Magnified Images: Digital X-rays are easily displayed at larger sizes. We are even able to magnify the image to show you close up any tooth decay or abnormalities.
- Earth Friendly: Digital X-rays are electronic so they save us from needing to use chemicals or film. They also make processing insurance claims faster.
Have a great day!
Robison Dental Group