Dr. Andrea Robinson

29Since graduating from the Medical College of Virginia in 1992, Dr. Robinson has been transforming clients’ smiles as a dentist in private practice. She completed two years of general practice residency at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center with a focus on hospital dentistry. She completed a year of research in Tennessee studying TMJ and oral surgery and has trained at the Pankey Institute for Advanced Dental Education.

Dr. Robinson continues to train at the prestigious Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Aesthetic Dentistry (LVI). LVI is the premier training center for cosmetic dentistry in the country and is the leader in innovative, high-tech cosmetic and restorative dentistry. On average, only about 2 % of dentists in the United States attend this elite program. LVI training is just one of the ways Dr. Robinson demonstrates her commitment to continuing education.

Dr. Robinson is a member of:

  • ADA, American Dental Association
  • AGD, Academy of General Dentistry, with a Mastership in 2012
  • IAPA, International Association of Physiologic Aesthetics

When she’s not hard at work brightening smiles, Dr. Robinson and her husband Jeff are busy raising their two children to be strong, independent young leaders.

Dr. Robinson is an active member of Hope Community Church in Winston Salem and has participated in a number of mission trips, including visits to Jamaica, El Salvador, and Peru, and continues to support efforts locally and abroad to improve people’s lives.

What Is a Cosmetic Dentist?

Technically, there is no such thing as a cosmetic dentist, not legally, anyway. A cosmetic dentist is not a recognized specialist by any board of dentistry. A cosmetic dentist doesn’t have a certificate the way a pediatric dentist or a periodontist does. Instead, the differentiation of a cosmetic dentist is less formal, and can change from person to person.

So what do we mean when we say “cosmetic dentist”? A cosmetic dentist has a philosophical distinction. A cosmetic dentist begins with the belief that looking good is an essential function of your smile. This means that no dental procedure is really done properly unless it takes into account not just the health and functionality of results, but also the appearance.

A cosmetic dentist might also offer procedures specifically designed to improve the appearance of the smile, but it’s the attitude toward even the most common general dentistry procedures that really distinguishes a cosmetic dentist. For a cosmetic dentist, none of these procedures are routine: they all have to stand up to the same scrutiny and standards that might be directed at a smile makeover.

If you would like to learn more about what sets a cosmetic dentist apart, please contact the Robinson Dental Studio today.

Our Talented Team


Learn More about Kim


Learn More about Sandie


Learn More about Anny