• A 25-Year Tradition of Care

    Dr. Robertson founded his family-oriented practice in 1986 to serve Orange County communities. Since that time, our office has developed a strong reputation for providing excellent service with compassion.

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  • “I have been a patient of Dr. Robertson for over 20 years. I'm a sensitive patient when it comes to going to a dentist and Dr. Robertson always remains mindful of that and makes each experience as relaxing as possible. He has the best possible temperament one could ask for in a dentist. He consistently maintains the most professional and extremely friendly staff which combined with his skills makes his practice by far the best choice.”

    - Bill W, Newport Coast
  • “I just finished a session with Dr. Robertson which involved removing a bridge and filling the tooth that held the bridge, then replacing the bridge. Dr. Robertson was very considerate and caring doing the work. He was most careful while doing the procedure and there was no pain involved. He is especially good in situations such as this one was.”

    - Doris R Y.
  • “We're long-time clients of Dr. Robertson & Company, and we love our visits to his office. Dr. Robertson, and all the dental hygienists and staff, provide the very BEST care possible. Whether it's a simple cleaning and check-up, the need for fillings, cosmetic dentistry or other procedures, they do it all, and always with a smile! Dr. R even adjusted my retainer, the last time I was in. I know you'll enjoy the experience they give their patients. Keep up the great work, and you know we'll be back!”

    - Christine C.
  • “I want to thank you for the outstanding customer service that you and your staff have provided to me and my sister Josephine. I also want to thank Dr. Robert Bryan Mcleod and his assistant for the outstanding and great surgery they did on the extraction of my tooth. All of you are a blessing to me and my sister and are very thankful that we have you now and in the future to come. All of you are highly skilled, professional and very caring. I give all of you the highest rating in every category.”

    - Frances M.
  • “When I arrive for my appointments the staff is always friendly and the atmosphere is very welcoming! When I arrive for my appointment, I am acknowledged immediately and seen just as immediately. No one LOVES going to the dentist but it's a necessary evil and it's nice when you have a staff as great as they are. I always feel like I'm in great hands.Thank you Dr. Robertson and staff for all you do.”

    - Cheryl W.


How Gum Disease Develops

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You notice blood in the sink again as you brush your teeth. This is the third time this week and you're wondering if you should contact your dentist? The answer is yes! You may be experiencing the first stage of gum disease and this is exactly the time you should schedule a cleaning and examination with your dentist, and here's why.Periodontal Disease and Your HealthThanks to emerging information about periodontal disease and your overall health, we now understand that the bacteria that causes gum disease also contributes to other health concerns such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, stroke, high blood pressure and vice versa. This is known as the oral-systemic connection, ...

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Looking for A Dentist? Keep These Questions in Mind

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Finding the right dental provider can be challenging, especially when you have a family to consider. You want to work with the top dentist in Irvine, CA, and find someone that you can build a relationship with. For this reason, you shouldn't be afraid to ask questions of your prospective provider. Here are some helpful questions to get you started.How Long Have You Been Practicing in This Community?You want a dentist who has the right skills, but it's also nice to work with someone who has experience as well. A dentist who has built his practice in a community for many years gains a reputation you can trust.What Types of ...

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Planning Self-Care after a Dental Implant: Your Guide

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The decision to restore your smile with a dental implant is one of the smartest investments you can make in your oral health! Dental implants in Irvine, CA replace both your root and your tooth, which is the best choice for your oral health and your confidence.Now that you're moving forward with implant dentistry, you'll want to know how to properly care for your implant so you can make the most of your investment. Here's how you can take care of your implant after it's completed.Consistent Home CareThe good news is that your implant closely mimics your natural tooth, so you'll be able to brush and floss normally as you ...

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What Your Gums and Your Kidneys Might Have in Common

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A new Journal of the American Dental Association study has revealed that tooth loss is associated with chronic kidney disease. In fact, the study showed that adults who have lost all of their teeth are far more likely to have chronic kidney disease than patients who had their natural teeth.This study underscores what dentists have been saying for years about oral health: If your oral health is bad, your overall health is likely at risk.Make sure your teeth and gums are healthy by visiting your Irvine general dentist twice each year for examinations and cleanings. Regular checkups can help prevent the development of diseases in your body because of gum ...

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How (and Why) You Should Prevent Tooth Decay

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Anytime your tooth structure sustains damage, whether it is from trauma or decay, the risk for significant further damage increases.Tooth decay causes the enamel of your tooth to soften and develop bacterial growth. When left untreated, the decay can travel toward the nerve of your tooth. Once the inner part of your tooth is breached, a root canal becomes necessary in order to prevent or relieve pain and save your tooth from extraction.Dental Decay Is PreventableDecay occurs when the right conditions develop. Food particles, specifically sugary or starchy foods, combine with bacteria to produce an acidic environment inside your mouth. It is this acid that softens protective enamel and starts ...

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3 Options for Treating TMJ

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Shoulder, neck, and facial pain are just a few of the symptoms of TMJ, or temporomandibular joint disorder. Headaches and even migraines can also be a side effect of this debilitating disorder. There are effective ways to manage the pain caused by TMJ, and Dr. Robertson, your TMJ dentist in Irvine has answers for you.A Custom Oral ApplianceBruxism, or clenching and grinding your teeth, could contribute to TMJ issues. It may be tricky to know if you're clenching and grinding because it typically happens at night while you sleep. Dr. Robertson creates customized oral appliances for patients that can help to relax their muscles and protect their teeth from the ...

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Did You Know That Cracked Teeth Don't Always Hurt?

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A cracked tooth certainly sounds like a painful experience, and sometimes it is. Other times, however, a cracked tooth may remain asymptomatic (pain-free) for years, or even decades.One of the risks of leaving cracked teeth undiagnosed is that even a microscopic crack may open the door for bacteria to enter your tooth and decay it from the inside out. This situation will often require a root canal or extraction, depending on the extent of the damage.When a Cracked Tooth HurtsWhether a tooth hurts or not depends on how close the damage is to the nerve. A cracked tooth may lose a cusp, due to clenching and grinding or because of ...

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