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January 18, 2021

6 Questions You Should Ask Your Dentist at Your Next Visit

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_greenberg @ 1:42 pm
woman receiving care from dentist

To maintain optimal dental health, you should visit your dentist every six months for checkups and cleanings. These visits offer more than just a healthy smile. They also serve as educational experiences, where you’re able to broaden your knowledge. Instead of letting the dentist to all the talking, here are 6 questions that you should be asking.


January 11, 2021

5 Ways Smiling More Often Can Boost Your Health

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_greenberg @ 1:16 pm
woman receiving health benefits of smiling

Are you unhappy with the way your teeth look? If so, you may be hesitant to show them when posing for a photo or just hanging out with friends or family. With cosmetic dentistry, you’re able to fix any imperfections and achieve the appearance you’ve always wanted. While this obviously boosts self-esteem, there are also health benefits of smiling. Continue reading to discover 5 ways displaying your ivories can boost your state of wellness, and find out why it’s advantageous to visit a cosmetic dentist!


December 20, 2020

Do Veneers Cause Tooth Sensitivity?

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_greenberg @ 6:39 pm
a young woman smiling while a dentist uses a shade guide to determine the color of her veneers

Chips, cracks, stains, discoloration, and even minor gaps can be problematic when wanting to look and feel your best. If you suffer from one or more of these imperfections, you may be considering veneers to transform your smile. While they are capable of hiding flaws and producing uniform results, is it possible they can cause your teeth to be more sensitive? A local dentist sets the record straight by sharing what you can expect after receiving new veneers.


November 26, 2020

Combatting 4 Winter Mouth Issues

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_greenberg @ 8:37 pm
Man with chapped lips

Winter is upon us. While this is an exciting time due to the upcoming holidays, delicious food, and festive music, not everything about this season is something to get excited about. Unfortunately, during this part of the year, many people are forced to deal with some frustrating winter mouth issues that are difficult to resolve. Fortunately, your dentist is here to help. Continue reading to learn about some of the common winter mouth issues that people face and what you can do to get some relief from them.


November 12, 2020

Why You Should See Your Dentist Earlier Next Year

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_greenberg @ 8:58 pm
woman making an appointment online

The new year will be here before you know it, which means that your dental insurance benefits are going to reset. Meeting your deductible as soon as possible is one good reason to pencil in a trip to the dentist early on, but your Mt. Holly dentist shares some other good reasons why you should consider scheduling a dental checkup as early as possible in the next year.


November 2, 2020

4 Helpful Tips for Understanding Your Dental Insurance

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_greenberg @ 12:05 am
Dental insurance

Health insurance is more commonly used than dental insurance, so many people have trouble differentiating the two of them. This can easily lead to confusion when it comes to this monthly investment. There are plenty of similarities, but also many differences. Fortunately, your dentist has some tips that can help you better navigate your dental insurance so you can maximize your benefits. Read on to learn what those are.


October 13, 2020

5 Tips for Maximizing Your Dental Insurance Benefits

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_greenberg @ 10:50 pm
Clipboard with paperwork on how to maximize dental insurance benefits

You pay for your dental insurance every month and you know it’s important, but are you making the most of your benefits? Many people don’t fully understand how dental insurance works and as a result, end up avoiding, delaying, or overpaying for their dental care. Thankfully, understanding a few basic terms and concepts can help you save money while caring for your oral health! Read on as your Mt. Holly dentist shares the five best ways to maximize dental insurance benefits.


September 29, 2020

4 Reasons to Let Your Dentures Soak Overnight

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_greenberg @ 8:10 pm
hand holding glass of water with soaking dentures

You’re relaxing on the couch and watching a movie one night. By the time the film is over, it’s so late that you just plop down on your bed. You’re about to drift off into dreamland when you realize that you forgot to soak your dentures. While it might be tempting to just fall asleep with them still in your mouth, soaking dentures overnight is much more beneficial. Here are four reasons why.


September 15, 2020

Are Root Canals Painful?

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_greenberg @ 8:06 pm
confused young woman asking herself, “Are root canals painful?”

After suffering from an annoying toothache for several days, you finally saw your dentist. They examined your mouth and said that in order to save your tooth, you’ll need to get a root canal. Curious to learn more about this procedure, you search for it online, only to find horror story after horror story. By far the most pervasive idea about root canal therapy is that it hurts. Searching for “are root canals painful?” brings up mixed results. To set the record straight, we’ve decided to answer that question in this blog post.


September 3, 2020

Why Smoking Is So Harmful to Your Oral Health

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_greenberg @ 8:02 pm
close up of person breaking cigarette in their hands

As far as social habits go, smoking is by one of the most dangerous. It damages virtually every single one of your organs, and in the United States, it’s the most common preventable cause of early disease and death. Quitting smoking may be difficult, but as any dentist will tell you, the benefits are well worth the effort. For example, you won’t suffer from dry mouth nearly as often. Dry mouth might seem like a mild annoyance, but it can harm your mouth to the point that you lose your teeth! Keep reading below to learn how.

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