It’s no secret that regular old braces carry a certain stigma. The brackets, wires, and small, colored bands are clunky and painful, and most people shudder at the thought of having to get them. However, the dentistry of today is very different and Dr. Robinson has options for you that are less-invasive, nearly invisible, more […]Continue Reading »
In celebration of National Men’s Health Month and Father’s Day, Dr. Robinson is hoping to educate all Saginaw, TX men and their loved ones about the dangers of periodontal disease. This condition is sadly underdiagnosed and could affect as much as half the population. Worse, most people have no idea that they have it. Even […]Continue Reading »
June is National Men’s Health Month, and Saginaw, TX wants you to know about how your teeth can affect cardiovascular disease, the number one cause of death for men in our country. We want all of our patients to have healthy mouths, as well as healthy bodies. New studies show that it may be possible […]Continue Reading »
In celebration of National Men’s Health Month and Father’s Day, Dr. Robinson is hoping to educate all Saginaw, TX men and their loved ones about the dangers of sleep apnea. This condition is sadly under-diagnosed and, of the 12 million people who do know they have it, many often do not get the treatment they […]Continue Reading »
Claudio Gennari …”Cogli l’attimo ferma il tempo” / Love Photos / CC BY By: Alison Aldridge Many people plan their weddings many months or even years in advance as not surprisingly they want everything to be perfect on the day. Nowadays more and more are choosing to have a wedding day smile makeover, something that […]Continue Reading »
May is National Women’s Health Month, and Dr. Robinson would like to discuss a disorder that is nine times more likely to affect a woman than a man. Twenty years ago, most people had never heard of the condition known as temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ or TMD), even though some research estimates that over 10 million […]Continue Reading »
April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month, and Blue Sky Smiles is working with health care providers around the country to educate people about the causes of this terrible disease and how everyone can lower their risk of contracting it. Approximately 35,000 people will be diagnosed with some form of oral cancer this year, and there […]Continue Reading »
Pink Sherbet Photography / People Photos / CC BY The average orthodontic patient is an adolescent who is over eight years of age, but under eighteen. However, many adults seek orthodontic treatment later in life. Understanding the way that orthodontic treatment is performed, and being able to explain it to an adolescent prior to treatment, […]Continue Reading »
At Blue Sky Smiles, we are always looking for new ways to make your life healthier and happier and new studies now prove that dentists can join primary care physicians in fight against diabetes. Dr. Robinson and his staff want to do everything possible to help patients live a long and happy life. You […]Continue Reading »
You might be surprised to learn about these five things that could stain the teeth of anyone in . Even if you brush and floss your teeth every day, it’s still important to be aware of what you are putting in your mouth every day and the effects it could have on your teeth. The […]Continue Reading »
Don’t worry: we’re not going to tell you to stop drinking coffee! We understand how necessary that morning (or afternoon) boost of caffeine can be, especially during these gloomy, winter months. We love our coffee too! This Blue Sky Smiles post is just to help you take care of your teeth by protecting them from […]Continue Reading »
You brush twice a day and floss to keep your teeth clean and free from plaque and tartar and to keep your smile bright. But you might be wondering if electric toothbrushes would perform better than your manual toothbrush or vice versa. Naturally, you want to know what dentists recommend. Which one is better? Decide […]Continue Reading »
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