Mouth Carolina patients experience optimal aesthetics and function with restorative dentistry
Whitening treatments, dental bonding, and veneers are among the most common dental procedures characterized as cosmetic. These cosmetic dental treatments are popular as relatively quick ways to dramatically transform your smile and improve your appearance. Treatments with such a focus on aesthetics demand a skilled hand and an artistic eye. Dr. Andrew Greenberg has these characteristics.
Before Dr. Greenberg graduated from the Medical University of South Carolina College of Dental Medicine, he was an avid classical pianist, artist, painter, and architect. Dr. Greenberg honed his artistic talents at Tulane University, where he earned his bachelor’s degree and completed training in web and graphic design, classical and jazz guitar, and computer programming. Certification from the New York Film Academy further attests to his skills in writing, photography, film directing, and production.
Dr. Greenberg combines a unique set skills, advanced medical training, and extensive artistic talent, to offer treatments that look as beautiful as they feel and function. Consider the importance of technique as it relates to dental bonding and veneers. Bonding involves shaping a dental material. The material is then hardened and bonded to the tooth.
Like bonding, veneers may be used to reshape teeth, smooth chips, and correct stubborn stains. Since dental professionals such as Dr. Greenberg must manipulate the dental material to achieve a natural looking appearance, these are very technique-specific procedures. As it relates to dental veneers, the thin strips of porcelain may not appear natural or may even fit poorly and interfere with basic functions if not designed and applied correctly.
Veneers in less skilled hands may look fake; perhaps the porcelain material is too white for a patient’s complexion. Other cosmetic treatments such as bleaching can result in a blindingly (not dazzling!) white smile, depending on the type of whitening agent the way it is used.
With such an artistic flair, it should come as no surprise that Dr. Greenberg approaches every dental procedure with aesthetics in mind. You may need a filling to prevent a cavity from getting worse, or a crown may be required to rebuild a badly decayed tooth. Whatever the case may be, you can rest assured that the restoration will improve the look of your smile as well as your ability to enjoy foods again.
Experience this combination at Mouth Carolina Aesthetics and Cosmetic Dentistry by scheduling an appointment in Charleston. Call (843)751 4262.Back to Cosmetic Dentistry Page