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August 10, 2020

Natural Ways to Whiten and Strengthen Your Smile

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_greenberg @ 9:13 pm
Woman eating apple

Having a health and beautiful smile is often times an important part of your self-esteem. You know that regularly brushing, flossing, and visiting your dentist for cleanings is essential to your oral health, but is that all? Turns out that there are more things that you can do at home to maintain a strong, good looking smile. Continue reading to learn some natural teeth whitening methods as well as what you can do to keep your mouth strong and healthy.


July 20, 2020

Everyone Wants to Know: Does Invisalign Hurt?

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_greenberg @ 1:23 am
Looking at these aligners, do you wonder "Does Invisalign hurt?"

When it comes to straightening your smile, Invisalign is the easiest and most convenient orthodontic treatment available. Unlike a mouth full of bulky, poking metal wires and brackets, Invisalign utilizes a series of aligners to gently push your teeth into place. If a clear, removable orthodontic option seems too good to be true, you may be asking yourself: “Does Invisalign hurt?” Read on to find out what you can expect in terms of discomfort while straightening your smile with Invisalign in Mt. Holly.


July 7, 2020

Why Are Some Dental Implant Cases More Complex Than Others?

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_greenberg @ 8:16 pm
Clear model jaw with dental implants in Mt. Holly

If you want to replace your missing teeth with the next best thing, look no further than dental implants in Mt. Holly! They’re easily the most long-lasting, comfortable, and lifelike way to rebuild your beautiful smile. While anyone who’s missing teeth is usually a good candidate for this state-of-the-art dental treatment, there are factors that may cause some cases to be more complex than others. Read on to learn more about some of the most common ones.


June 23, 2020

Did You Damage Your Denture? Read This

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_greenberg @ 5:34 pm
Man experiencing pain from denture

You’ve transferred your dentures over to the sink at least 1,000 times before. This time, an unexpected loud noise makes you jump and sends your dentures crashing to the floor. When you bend down to pick them up, you notice a large crack right down the middle. Further inspection confirms your initial suspicion: your dentures are broken.

Although dentures can last anywhere between five and ten years without being replaced, that time can be condensed quickly when they suddenly break. If you find yourself in a situation with a broken denture, here are four things you can do:


May 18, 2020

Should My Child Get Braces This Summer?

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_greenberg @ 1:23 am
Smiling teen with braces in Mt. Holly holding strawberries

The weather is warming up and the sun is shining, which means that summer is just around the corner! It’s the perfect time of year for your son or daughter to enjoy outdoor activities, exciting new adventures, and some relaxation. Summertime may also be the perfect time for your little one to start getting the orthodontic treatment they need. Read on as your local family dentist answers common questions about when children should get braces in Mt. Holly, and why summer vacation could be the best time for them to get a straighter, healthier smile.


April 8, 2020

Can Using Mouthwash Help Stop the Spread of COVID-19?

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_greenberg @ 6:35 pm

woman rinsing with mouthwash to maintain a healthy mouthWith COVID-19 continuing to spread throughout the country, medical professionals on the local, state and national levels are working around the clock to come up with the best solutions. While social distancing and consistent and thorough handwashing are some of the preventive measures you’ve probably heard about, is there anything else you can do to protect yourself? Will using mouthwash to maintain a healthy mouth help to slow the spread of COVID-19? Continue reading to find out.


March 31, 2020

How Your Dentist Stays Safe and Clean During COVID-19

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_greenberg @ 7:35 pm

person washing hands

With the new COVID-19 pandemic in full swing, everyone is suddenly worried about staying clean and not catching the virus. People are taking extra care not to spread germs, such as washing their hands more often and wearing masks when they can. Have you ever wondered how your dentist stays clean and safe during this time? While your dentist might only be open for emergency patients, it’s still massively important that they follow standard cleaning procedures and dental sanitization practices. Here are a few of them.


March 22, 2020

6 Signs You Have a Dental Emergency On Your Hands

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_greenberg @ 1:38 pm

stressed person trying to find out if they have a dental emergency by searching on their computerDental emergencies put people on the spot because they always happen at the most unexpected moments. Because of this, it can be hard to determine what actions you should take; should you call an emergency dentist? Will the pain go away on its own? These are hard questions to answer when you’re panicking. If you’re second-guessing whether or not you have a dental emergency on your hands, you can read on to learn six signs that you do. (more…)

January 20, 2020

How Smiling Can Reduce Stress

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_greenberg @ 6:25 pm

man smiling

Have you ever been feeling down in the dumps and someone told you to just turn that frown upside down? It might have seemed annoying and counterproductive at the time. After all, what good would smiling do when you’re not feeling happy enough to grin? As it turns out, there are numerous physical and mental health benefits to smiling, even when you don’t feel like it. Let’s talk about the advantages of smiling, and how you can achieve a smile you can’t wait to show off.


December 12, 2019

Sinus or Poor Oral Health: What is Causing Your Toothache?

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_greenberg @ 5:32 pm

a woman holding her cheek in painThere’s nothing worse than a toothache. The constant, throbbing pain is enough to make you want to call in sick and crawl back into bed. But what is causing it? You’ve noticed what feels like sinus pain developing in your head and eyes, but is that the reason for your tooth discomfort? If you’re unsure what might be the culprit, let a dentist discuss ways in which you can tell if it’s your sinuses or if there’s a more serious dental problem developing as a result of poor oral health.


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