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***COVID-19 / Coronavirus Update***
To Our Valued Patients at Robinson Orthodontics,
On the evening of March 18, 2020, Governor Kate Brown announced a temporary Order/Mandate requiring all Oregon hospitals, outpatient clinics, and health care providers, (including veterinarians, dentists and orthodontists) to immediately cease performing all non-emergency procedures. We do not yet know how long this order will remain in effect, but we will update this notice and contact our patients directly once the restrictive order has been removed by the governor.
In compliance with this temporary order, Robinson Orthodontics will only be able to see patients who are experieng an orthodontic emergency. This includes:
•  Orthodontic-related pain that cannot be comforted with wax or over-the-counter pain relievers, Clipping or adjustment of an orthodontic wire or appliance that is piercing or ulcerating the mucosa.
•  Trauma to the mouth and/or braces that requires urgent attention.
•  Any orthodontic occurrence/situation that you feel could lead to a significant negative outcome if left untreated.
If you are uncertain whether or not your situation is an orthodontic emergency, please contact me directly at (541) 295-0667. I have received guidance from the Oregon Board of Dentistry to evaluate each patient on a case-by-case basis for emergency care, and I will make certain that you are cared for appropriately.
Our team at Robinson Orthodontics will proactively be reaching out to our patients who have scheduled appointments and assist them with rescheduling at a future date.
This is a challenging time for everyone in our community and throughout our country and the world. We appreciate your understanding and are grateful for your support and cooperation. Please stay healthy and safe!
Sincerely,
Dr. Jon N. Robinson, DM

Orthodontic Treatments
Grants Pass, OR


Morgan, a patient at Robinson Orthodontics

Adult Orthodontics


Braces are not just for preteens and teenagers. Often adults will have a bite problem or crooked teeth that were not corrected when they were younger. Teeth can also change when you are older, and something that was not a real problem when you were younger suddenly becomes more of an issue. If you would like to have a proper bite and straight teeth, we here at Robinson Orthodontics want to help. We treat many other adult patients, and we would like to see what we can do for you as well. Read more about adult orthodontics.

Early Orthodontics


When you think of someone who needs to see an orthodontist, you probably picture a teenager, or maybe a preteen. While many who are in middle or high school need to change their smiles, issues can start a lot earlier than that. Here at Robinson Orthodontics, we have some patients who are as young as six or seven years old. If your pediatric dentist has recommended that your young child come to see us for an appointment, remember that it is not uncommon. With some issues, the earlier we start treatment, the better the chance that your child will have a beautiful smile for his or her entire life. Read more about early orthodontics.

Emergency Orthodontic Care


If you have a problem or require emergency care, do not hesitate to contact us here at Robinson Orthodontics immediately. We want to know what is going on, so do not hesitate to call. There are also some things that you can do yourself if there is an emergency with your braces. Read more about emergency orthodontic care.

Impacted Canines


When it comes to impacted teeth, you might automatically think about wisdom teeth. These molars are not needed, so if a wisdom tooth is impacted, we will just remove it. The same is not true for an impacted canine. Not only will you use your canines, if you are missing one it will change your overall appearance. That is why we will deal with an impacted canine in a different way than an impacted wisdom tooth. Read more about impacted canines.



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