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Welcome to Our Practice

Welcome to Robin Henderson DDS Clarkston office of Dr. Robin Henderson. We are glad you have chosen us for your oral health needs and hope that every encounter with our office and staff exceeds your expectations. We know our patients have a choice in Clarkston dentists, so we go out of our way to deliver the level of dental care and compassion we would want for our own families.

Our Mission

We are committed to providing comprehensive care utilizing the most recent advances
in the science & art of dentistry with an emphasis on education,
preventive care & esthetic dentistry

We place a tremendous emphasis on education both for our patients (Patient Education) and our team (Our Dental Team.)

You’ll also find our office to be equipped with amenities designed to make your experience more pleasant and enjoyable. From a comfortable waiting area to relaxing treatment areas, every detail has been designed with your satisfaction in mind.

Advanced Technology

Dental technology is ever-changing and constantly evolving. We do our best to stay relevant to the needs of our patients using advanced technology that helps us better diagnose and treat oral conditions and diseases. Our office features innovative oral health technology that makes it possible for us to provide unsurpassed patient care not available just a few years ago including digital x-rays, in office CEREC crowns. computerized record keeping and advanced sterilization systems.





2015 Sedation Safety Dentist of the Year.


Testimonials

What Our Clients Say About Us

  • "They genuinely care about you as a person. Superb Dr., staff, and state-of-the-art dental care and services."
    - E. Jeanne C.
  • "They're amazing. I've always had "Dental anxiety" but the folks at Robin Henderson DDS put me at ease."
    -Jenny T.
  • "Robin Henderson DDS offers the best of the best. Everyone honestly cares about me and my health, not just my teeth."
    -Jody J.
  • "I Have never had a more extensive dental exam. I felt really good about my dental health when I left."
    -Tiffany J.
  • "Everyone in the office is so nice and happy. It makes going to the dentist fun."
    -Bonnie H.

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  • Tips to Prevent Cavities

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  • Preventive Dentistry

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