The American Dental Association cites guidance issued by the CDC that safeguards patients; the fact that no cases of COVID have been traced to a clinical dental setting; and a study showing that the COVID-19 infection rate among dentists is less than 1%.
We are excited to announce the soon to be installed Aerus Hydroxyl Blaster with ActivePure Technology proven to kill 99.98% of SARS-CoV2 airborne and on surfaces.
Pandemic Related TMJ Pain can be alleviated with Botox Therapy
We are proud to announce that Dr. Dena Robinson was selected by her colleagues and listed in the D Best 2020 Best Dentists list in Dallas, by D Magazine. 🎉
According to the American Dental Association, it’s very safe to visit your dentist. The prevalence of COVID-19 among U.S. dentists is estimated to be fewer than 1%, indicating that infection control measures likely are enough to cut exposure risk at practices.
In case you missed it, we kicked off back-to-school season with a $500 gift card giveaway. We love running giveaways for our patients and friends of Robinson Dentistry, and we are so excited to announce the winners of this most recent contest!
You pay your insurance premiums all year long, but for many insurance plans, certain benefits such as dental benefits expire at the end of the year. If this applies to your policy, you owe it to yourself to use those dental benefits before the end of the year because what you don't use, you lose!
As the Governor’s office is issuing more guidance to relax restrictions around healthcare facilities, all of us at Robinson Dentistry are proud to start reopening our practice with enhanced measures to protect your health and the health of those around you.
We hope this message finds you and your family in good health! Our community has been through a lot over the last few months, and all of us are looking forward to resuming our "new" normal routines. We are excited to announce that we are reopening on Monday, May 11th!
See this crazy "S" shaped device? It’s called a DryShield and it’s a high-speed suction to help minimize aerosols produced during dental procedures. You’ll be seeing more of these being used by our hygienists at Robinson Dentistry, so we can further protect our patients and our team.