David Robinson, DDS
Love of Teeth
I love the variety of dentistry! It keeps me fresh and sharp. As crazy as it may sound, I enjoy the challenge of taking a tooth out, then fitting a crown on a tooth for mom, and then filling a baby tooth.
Even a root canal is fun for me because being able to save a tooth for a patient is a very satisfying feeling. Variety is the spice of life!
♦ University of Denver, 1979-1982
♦ Creighton University School of Dentistry, 1982-1986
♦ Strategies for Restorations Success in the Aesthetic Zone with Teeth and Implants, Jean-Francois Bedard
♦ Clinical Indications for Extraction Site Augmentation Utilizing Bone Grafts, Dr. Brently Grimard
♦ Clinical Manifestations of Oral Cancer and Facial Indicators, Dr Sharon Kessler
♦ Posterior Implant Considerations, Dr. Brently Grimard
♦ Implant Considerations in the Esthetic Zone, Dr. Francois Bedard
♦ American Dental Association
♦ Colorado Dental Association
♦ Southern Colorado Dental Association
♦ Southern Colorado Dental Study Club, Treasurer
♦ Like every disease of the body, early detection is the answer.
♦ Dentistry is the only medical profession that emphasizes prevention from your first childhood visit.
♦ The mouth is the only part of the body that requires regular maintenance, cleanings are recommended every 6 months, due to the tremendous amount of bacteria present in your mouth. This isn’t true of ears, or noses, fingers or toes.
♦ Dentists are the messengers; we report what we see. We confirm what maintenance the patient has done.
What Makes Me Smile
♦ I love skiing and golf. None of that snowboarding for me! Fresh powder is rare and the most exhilarating skiing you’ll ever experience.
♦ I love to laugh and prefer comedies. However I’m picky about my comedies. My all time favorite movie is Young Frankenstein