Meet Dr. William Robson, DDS, FICOI
At Robson Family Dental, our entire staff is committed to providing Grand Rapids with superior dental care. Dr. Robson believes that continued education courses allow him to stay up to date on the latest dental techniques and technologies. He is licensed and certified by the North East Regional Board of Dental Examiners, and the State of Michigan.
Explore our website to see how we can revitalize your smile. We offer an array of dental services, ranging from routine cleanings to dental implants. Schedule a one-on-one consultation with Dr. Robson today.
Whether this is your first appointment with us or you’re returning for follow up care, we believe that an informed patient is a satisfied patient. For this reason, we’ve created a page with essential knowledge that will make your visit quick and pleasant.
For new patients, we recommend filling out a new patient form before you see Dr. Robson. This is designed to expedite the intake process and get you in the dental chair as quickly as possible.
If you’re a returning patient, this page details what to do in the case of a dental emergency, as well as how to get in contact with our team.
Cost & Financing
At Robson Family Dental, we understand that dental complications can arise without warning—and with great expense, if you’re not prepared. For this reason, we accept an assortment of payment options and insurances.
Furthermore, we acknowledge third-party financing options from CareCredit. CareCredit offers low-interest or zero-interest financing for medical procedures. Qualified patients pay an affordable monthly rate that’s dependent on your budget.
Ultimately, we don’t want anything, especially cost, to prevent you from getting the smile that you’ve always dreamt of having. Give us a call, and a member of our delightful staff will happily answer any questions you may have about costs, financing, or dentistry as a whole.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Will insurance cover cosmetic services?
If I’m not having any dental pain, do I still need to go to the dentist?
During these appointments, we’ll also complete an oral cancer screening. If caught early on, the chances of a successful oral cancer treatment are much higher. During the professional cleaning, we’ll use special tools to scale off any plaque and tartar that have built up over time and we’ll also let you know about ways that you can improve your oral care routine at home.
We’ll always provide you with detailed information on the status of your oral health and answer any questions you may have.
How can I take care of my teeth between dental checkups?
- Brush your teeth twice a day, floss daily, and rinse between meals
- Use products that contain fluoride
- Refrain from frequent snacking
- Avoid sugary and acidic foods
- Avoid tobacco
If you have any questions or concerns about your oral health in between your biannual visits, feel free to contact our office by calling (616) 942-9595 and we’ll help you get to the bottom of it.
What is a cavity?
- Brown, black or white staining on the surface of your tooth
- Tooth sensitivity
- Tooth pain
- Pain while chewing
- Sharp pain when your tooth comes into contact with something sweet
Cavities can be prevented by brushing your teeth twice a day, flossing daily, and rinsing between meals. However, once you have a cavity, you’ll need to see a dentist to get a filling and prevent further issues.