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August 15, 2017

Is Seltzer Water Bad for You? Your Dentist Chimes In

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_greenberg @ 12:23 am

seltzer water in champagne glassThere are few things as refreshing as a cold, carbonated beverage. However, you already know that soda is bad for your body and your teeth because of all the sugar that’s packed into it. But what about carbonated beverages that aren’t so sweet, like seltzer water? It’s nice that it’s not loaded with sugar, but it isn’t a safe bet for your pearly whites. Your dentist near Lumberton explains why.


August 4, 2017

Your Dentist Advises You to Stop Reaching for a Toothpick

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_greenberg @ 4:20 am

toothpicks in containerToothpicks call to mind images of cool guys in movies — what are they trying to get out from between their teeth anyway? Or, you might think of trays of delicious hors d’oeuvres that float around at weddings and your annual company holiday party. But do you use toothpicks to clean your own teeth? Your dentist in Lumberton advises you not to. Here’s why.


July 10, 2017

We Can Straighten Teeth with Porcelain Veneers in Lumberton!

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_greenberg @ 9:50 pm

Did you know that your crooked smile could be causing your smile to deteriorate over time? There are many reasons why having an aligned smile is important besides aesthetics. Let’s take a look at what straightening options we offer at Mt. Holly Family dentistry. Whether it be porcelain veneers in Lumberton or even Invisalign, we have the options you need to improve the alignment of your teeth.


July 5, 2017

Understanding Types of Teeth with a Dentist in Lumberton

Filed under: Uncategorized — dr_greenberg @ 9:44 pm

Everyone has different types of teeth that are distinctive when it comes to their shapes, function, and how they help keep your mouth stable. Teeth work together to help patients chew and digest food as well as speak properly. Teeth help patients feel confident in their smile and enhance your overall health. Your dentist in Lumberton knows the more patients that are aware of everything our teeth do for them, they’re more likely to take good care of them. So how well do you know your teeth? As an adult, you have 32 teeth, each of which has its own distinguished shape that optimizes its function.



June 25, 2017

How Sleep Apnea Therapy in Lumberton Can Alleviate Snoring

Filed under: Uncategorized — Mt. Holly Family Dentistry @ 4:56 am

Learn how sleep apnea therapy in Lumberton can help with snoring. It’s 3 a.m. and you’ve been awakened again with the telltale nudge in the side. Your partner is awake too, and once again they are frustrated about your loud snoring. This has been happening more frequently lately, and no one is happy when they can’t get any rest. Snoring is often a sign of deeper problems such as sleep apnea, and here’s why sleep apnea therapy in Lumberton might be right for you.


June 4, 2017

Your Dentist in Mount Holly Discusses Options for Replacing Missing Teeth

Filed under: Uncategorized — Mt. Holly Family Dentistry @ 2:43 am

Learn more about replacing your missing tooth from your dentist in Mount Holly.Living with a compromised tooth is frustrating! Eating the foods you love becomes challenging. Talking to other people may also feel embarrassing. This takes a toll on your confidence and your health. The good news is that modern dentistry offers many great options for restoring your tooth, and your dentist in Mount Holly discusses solutions that might be right for your needs.


May 31, 2017

Dentist in Mt. Holly Answers Common Questions about Brushing

Filed under: General Dentistry — Mt. Holly Family Dentistry @ 11:26 pm

Your dentist in Mt. Holly discusses oral hygiene.Long before you can probably even remember, you have been brushing your teeth to prevent dental problems, like gum disease and tooth decay. Although you may believe you have been doing an excellent job, most people do not brush their teeth correctly. As a result, your efforts to prevent dental problems are not as effective as you would like. While caring for your teeth seems self-explanatory, questions often remain about how to do so properly. You may not feel comfortable asking your dentist in Mt. Holly. We understand your concern, which is why we have the answers to your top questions to make the most of your oral hygiene routine.

May 1, 2017

Dentist in Mt. Holly Discusses the Connection Between Obesity and Gum Disease

Filed under: General Dentistry — Mt. Holly Family Dentistry @ 3:35 am

Your dentist in Mt. Holly offers periodontal therapy.You care about your overall health and that of your teeth and gums. While you try to be proactive about your diet to maintain your weight for your overall well-being, there is another important reason you should eat a well-balanced diet. New research shows that obesity is directly linked to increasing your risk for periodontal disease (gum disease). Now, as you work to maintain your weight, you have another goal to focus on—your gum health. With a proper diet and care from your dentist in Mt. Holly, you can promote your health and your smile.

April 10, 2017

Your Lumberton Dentist Fixes Crooked Teeth with Invisalign

Filed under: Uncategorized — Mt. Holly Family Dentistry @ 4:20 pm

Your Lumberton dentist works with a special Invisalign labThe American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry says that people notice someone’s smile before any other physical feature. What does your smile say to the world around you? If you’re dissatisfied with your crooked teeth, consider Invisalign clear aligners from your Lumberton dentist at Mt. Holly Dentistry.



April 3, 2017

Tired of CPAP? We Treat Sleep Apnea in Lumberton

Filed under: Uncategorized — Mt. Holly Family Dentistry @ 4:15 pm

Sleep apnea in Lumberton causes insomnia

Is your spouse complaining that you snore every night, so much so that he or she cannot sleep? You can–and should– do something about your loud snoring, give your household a chance to rest and keep your overall health strong, too. An oral appliance from Mt. Holly Family Dentistry positions the lower jaw in a more forward position, reducing or eliminating snoring and the adverse health effects associated with sleep apnea. Dr. H. William Greenberg sees patients with snoring and sleep apnea in his Lumberton office and helps them optimize their rest and their overall health.



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