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    Welcome to Robstown Smiles! We pride ourselves on providing the highest level of dental care to our patients, and this is what makes us the prime choice for a dentist in Robstown, TX, 78380. We strive to ensure that each time you have a seat in our chair you feel secure, welcome, and comfortable.

    Our dental care offers various different Robstown dentistry services; routine cleanings, dentures, crowns and bridges, pediatric dentistry and more: we have you covered. Take a moment to check out our patient reviews to learn about the full Robstown Smiles experience!

    Our Dental Services

    Here at Robstown Smiles, we are proud to offer a wide range of dental care services to help you achieve your healthiest and happiest smile.

    Dr. Cheakhung Ng ( Allen)

    Your Dentist in Robstown, TX

    Dr. Cheakhung Ng ( Allen) was born in Hong Kong and speaks the Chinese language, Cantonese, fluently. He attended college at Houston Baptist University and later the University of Texas. He went on to pursue dentistry and obtained his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from The University of Texas Dental School. Additionally, he is a MBA graduate from Texas A & M CC. Dr. Allen is well versed in all aspects of dentistry from root canals to simple filling. He works with patients of all ages. His passion to be able to change a person’s smile and self-esteem is extremely rewarding.

    Dr. Allen and his wife Cristina have 2 adult children and 4 grand daughters that he enjoys spending time with.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    • Can I make an appointment for dental work using your website, or need I call?

      You can do both, you can visit our website and fill the appointment form on the top of this page or you can call us at 361-933-0124 to book an appointment.

    • Should I schedule an appointment if there is a dental emergency?

      No, you should speak with the front desk staff during our office hours and request an urgent dental visit. We accept Walk ins as well but appointment is preferred. In case of a medical emergency, please call 911 or visit emergency room.

    • How frequently should I have my teeth checked?

      Although everyone’s oral health is unique, it’s generally recommended for everyone to visit the dentist at least twice a year to keep your oral health in good shape and detect and prevent any oral problems on time.

    • What are the benefits of having dental X-rays taken?

      Many disorders of the teeth or surrounding tissues are invisible to the dentist. An X-ray examination may show Small cavities between the teeth or under fillings, disease or deformities in the jaw bone, periodontitis, any abscesses or cysts, developmental defects, a few different cancers.

      Early diagnosis and treatment of issues can help you save money, time, and suffering. Damage to the oral structures that is not noticeable during a routine examination can be seen on X-rays.

    • What is a sealant procedure?

      Sealants help shield teeth from cavities that may develop in minute fissures and gaps. For kids between the ages of 3 and 20, dentists can place sealant resins on deep fissures between the chewing surfaces of premolars and molars or back teeth. Adult teeth without fillings can also have sealants placed to them in order to protect them.

      Dental professionals or dental assistants can perform it in the office and it is painless. They may last for two to four years.

    • What is the cause of swollen jaw and how do I treat it?

      The presence of swelling in jaw may be a sign of an infection. You should visit a dentist since you could require antibiotics to treat the infection’s symptoms.

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