The team at Star Orthodontics is committed to providing our patients with Star Treatment and Star Results!
Dr. Roxanne Robertson has over 30 years of experience in dentistry and has provided orthodontic treatment to over 20,000 patients in Corpus Christi and the surrounding area.
Our team specializes in helping children, teens and adults achieve a healthy, beautiful smile by providing orthodontic solutions tailored to suit each patient's lifestyle and personal preferences. We offer a full range of braces, including traditional metal, clear braces, gold braces and Invisalign® clear aligners. We understand that orthodontic treatment is a financial commitment for your family so we offer many different financing options to meet your specific needs. Our hours are designed to accommodate your busy schedule and we offer early morning, lunch hour, evening and Saturday appointments.
We take pride in the level of orthodontic care we provide and have created a unique environment to help you feel at home while in our care. Our state-of-the-art facility is equipped with the most advanced technology available, including digital imaging, which allows us to keep our patients thoroughly educated about their orthodontic treatment progress.
We believe our highly skilled team and our innovative treatments and technologies will give you the confidence that you are receiving the highest standard of orthodontic care available. At Star Orthodontics, your smile is our top priority!
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Posted 2:19 PM 3/12/2013
March 12, 2013 -- Growing a replacement tooth from your own cells may be a step closer, according to new research.
It is still too early for use in people, but the technique involves taking stem cells and growing more of them to produce a very small, immature tooth, similar to what a tooth would look like when it starts to grow in an embryo.
Posted 4:02 AM 7/18/2012
July 18, 2012 -- Cost is a bigger factor than fear when it's time to visit the dentist, a new government report shows.
Posted 4:02 AM 5/31/2012
May 31, 2012 -- There are fewer cavities in the United States today than there were two decades ago, the CDC reports, but not every population group has shown the same amount of improvement.
Posted 7:35 PM 2/10/2012
Feb. 10, 2012 -- The Grammy Awards are the first live performance for Adele, the bluesy 23-year-old British singer and 2011 Billboard artist of the year, since having throat surgery last November to remove a benign polyp on her vocal cord.
To better understand the procedure she underwent and the reasons for it, WebMD spoke with Gerald Berke, MD, director of the UCLA Voice Center for Medicine and the Arts. Berke, a head and neck surgeon, did not treat (More)
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Posted 9:07 PM 1/6/2012
Jan. 6, 2012 -- A substance known as the main ingredient of a classic candy may actually be good for your teeth: licorice.
According to a new study in the Journal of Natural Products, licorice root may help keep teeth healthy.
Posted 8:23 PM 11/16/2011
Nov. 16, 2011 (Orlando, Fla.) -- Getting your teeth cleaned may give you more than a sparkling white smile -- it may give you something to smile about, like your health.
Posted 7:07 PM 10/13/2011
During your routine dental check-up, your dentist can uncover important clues about your overall health.
If your tooth enamel is worn down, for example, that's a sign that you may be suffering from stress and grinding your teeth at night. Swollen and receding gums can be an early sign of diabetes, and sores in your mouth that don't heal can sometimes (More)
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Posted 10:22 PM 10/5/2011
Oct. 5, 2011 -- Once again, British singer Adele has been forced to cancel a number of sold-out U.S. shows because of throat problems.
The award-winning singer-songwriter of such hits as "Rolling in the Deep" says on her blog that for the second time this year, she has a vocal cord hemorrhage. She's been told she must rest or risk damaging her voice permanently.
Posted 1:14 PM 9/1/2011
If your eyes are the window to your soul, then your mouth is a mirror of your health. Although that idea may seem farfetched, health experts believe that good oral health care does more than prevent tooth decay and gum disease.
"Any disease related to the mouth has an impact elsewhere in the body," says Denis F. Kinane, BDS, PhD, at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.