Patient Resources & Education at
Robson Family Dental
While we are happy to answer any questions that a patient may have, we also believe that informed patients are happier patients. Therefore, we have created this page to give you some insight on a few aspects of the dental care experience here at Robson Family Dental.
Please print and fill out these forms so we can expedite your first visit:
Your First Dental Visit
If this is your first time attending an appointment with us, there are a few tips to keep in mind to ensure a smooth and successful visit:
If you have any questions about your health or about treatment, be sure to write them down so you don’t forget.
If you have dental insurance, please bring your insurance card or most up-to-date information with you.
It is your responsibility to provide an honest medical history, as well as let us know about any recent medical treatments or allergies you have.
Here’s what you need to do in case of a dental emergency, while waiting for your appointment with us:
If you’re experiencing intense pain or discomfort from one or more teeth, apply a cold compress to the outside area. Schedule an appointment with us to have your teet looked at for any issues.
Broken, Chipped, or Cracked Tooth
If you have fractured your tooth in some way, don’t panic! Rinse your mouth with warm water and put a cold compress on the outside of the area that is damaged. If you have the tooth fragment, bring it with you to your emergency appointment, but keep it damp with a washcloth.
Knocked Out Tooth
If your tooth has loosened or fallen out by disease or by physical impact, try to save the tooth if you can. Hold it by the crown and wash off any dirt, but do not scrub it. Keep the tooth damp in a washcloth or glass of milk, and bring it with you to your appointment.
If you’re experiencing intense pain or discomfort from one or more teeth, apply a cold compress to the outside area. Schedule an appointment with us to have your teeth and jaw looked at for any bite or muscular issues.