Mt. Holly Family Dentistry's Blog
August 26, 2016
You drink hot coffee, or you brush your teeth and feel a stabbing pain. Most of us experience dental sensitivity every now and then. Usually, it’s no big deal. Other times, it indicates an oral health problem. Mt. Holly dentists, Drs. Greenberg, Ko-Kim, Cygler and Govitrikar, tell patients about tooth sensitivity, how to avoid it and when it needs professional treatment. (more…)
August 16, 2016
You are struck in the mouth during a ball game. You bite a piece of peanut brittle. These incidents and more cause cracked, chipped and avulsed teeth. They even may precipitate a throbbing toothache. Your Mt. Holly emergency dentist has the skill to repair damaged teeth for strong and functional smiles. Modern cosmetic and restorative procedures relieve pain and make smile defects disappear. (more…)
August 11, 2016
Difficulties chewing and eating food, feeling self-conscious or embarrassed when you smile or talk to others, this is what it’s like to live with a missing tooth, and it can greatly affect the quality of your daily life. Did you know that it’s also affecting your oral health? Without a replacement, your bone will begin to deteriorate and your remaining teeth will start to shift. The good news is that you have choices for a replacement and your Mt. Holly dentist explains your options for missing teeth.
July 28, 2016
Mt. Holly dentist creates fine smiles in just 6 months
Six Month Smiles are clear Mt. Holly braces that take less time than metal orthodontics. The invisible appliances fix mild issues quickly and comfortably.
Are you tired of your crooked smile, but have been reluctant to explore solutions? Mt. Holly Family Dentistry has a great alternative to traditional metal wire and bracket braces. It’s called Six Month Smiles–a practically invisible way for to move teeth into better positions without the hassle of lengthy treatments and ugly appliances.
July 12, 2016
Sleep apnea is a fairly common condition with roughly 18 million adult Americans suffering from the sleep disorder. The condition is most often the result of an obstruction in the airway, which causes the air passages to narrow while sleeping. As a result, pauses in breathing occur numerous times per night. While anyone can suffer from the condition, those who are obese tend to develop sleep apnea. With roughly 65 percent of Americans now considered to be obese or overweight, there is a significant potential for the development of the sleep disorder. As your dentist for sleep apnea treatment in Mt. Holly, our team of dentists provide the treatments you need to protect your health and sleep quality.
July 7, 2016
When you suffer from chronic fatigue all the coffee in the world isn’t enough to get you through the day! You start to feel sluggish after lunch, and by three o’clock it’s hard to even keep your eyes open. Sometimes you have to deal with a headache as well. How does this happen when you’ve had a full night’s rest? You may actually be suffering from sleep apnea, which is a sleep disorder that keeps you from getting the rest that your body needs during the night. Here we’ll learn more about sleep apnea treatment in Mt. Holly.
June 29, 2016
Dental sensitivity or swelling at the gum line may indicate dental abscess, or infected tooth pulp. Root canal therapy in Mt. Holly is a wonderful, proven effective alternative to tooth extraction. Also termed endodontics or simply, “ a root canal,” this dental restoration removes diseased inner pulp and crowns remaining tooth structure. Drs. Greenburg, Ko-Kim, Cygler and Govitrikar at Mt. Holly Family Dentistry perform endodontic procedures to restore smiles to full health and great aesthetics. (more…)
June 21, 2016
Almost 50 percent of adult Americans suffer from some form of gum disease. From mild gingivitis to serious periodontitis, gums affect your teeth and your systemic health, too. What does your Mt. Holly family dentist do to treat gum disease and restore smiles to complete health? (more…)
June 10, 2016
You love your healthy smile, but there’s one problem. When you smile, a large swath of gum tissue shows, and you often cover your mouth in public. This aesthetic dental problem is nicknamed a “gummy smile.” Often caused by simple heredity (It runs in families.), the gummy smile occurs in varying degrees. The dentists at Mt. Holly Family Dentistry offer solutions to this issue for brighter smiles people love to display. (more…)
May 23, 2016
Do you suffer from chronic fatigue that affects your ability to concentrate or focus throughout the day? Do you ever suffer from headaches or depression? Do you find yourself waking up multiple times throughout the night? If you’ve ever been accused of snoring by your bed partner, take heed. These symptoms could be the sign of a larger problem such as a sleep disorder known as sleep apnea. If you suspect that you may have sleep apnea in Mount Holly, or have already been diagnosed here’s some information you need to know.