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What is it exactly and how can it benefit me?

Dr Greenberg Explains What is it exactly and how can it benefit me?

Cosmetic Dentistry is a field of dentistry devoted to the form or appearance of your teeth when you smile. Cosmetic Dentistry, as opposed to aesthetic dentistry, is based on the principles of a perfect or “Hollywood” smile. These principles are derived from nature and the “golden ratio” as described by esthetic master Leonardo Da Vinci as well as many other more contemporary aesthetics gurus. Aesthetic Dentistry, on the other hand, is more about restoring teeth to the way they were naturally which may or may not be what you are going for. Aesthetic dentistry tends to be far less dramatic … Continue reading

Your skilled cosmetic dentist follows your transition before and after cosmetic dentistry

Your skilled cosmetic dentist follows your transition before and after cosmetic dentistry

Cosmetic dentistry is a popular term, with cosmetic dental procedures offered in just about every dental office around the world. Conventional dentistry has the tendency to focus on the improvement and maintenance of oral health and hygiene. While most people appreciate what can be accomplished by working with their general dentist, there is something special about visiting a skilled cosmetic dentist for treatment aimed at improving the smile aesthetic. We all want to feel good about the appearance of our teeth. Dr. Greenberg is an experienced cosmetic dentist that follows patients before and after their transformation with cosmetic dentistry. With … Continue reading

Charleston dentist discusses when dental bonding may be right for you

Dr Greenberg discusses when dental bonding may be right for you

Beautiful new tooth structure can be created at Mouth Carolina Dentistry, PA with advanced dental materials and techniques that make the treated tooth indistinguishable from a natural, healthy one. Your cosmetic dentist in Charleston offers dental bonding to resize, reshape, or restore flawed, gapped, or severely stained teeth. While veneers correct many of the same smile problems, there is no single approach that works for every patient. Budgetary constraints may make bonding a preferred method to correct the appearance of your teeth. The consultation Dr. Greenberg thoroughly examines your teeth and gums, checking for underlying conditions that may be responsible … Continue reading

Bonding offers a long-lasting way for patients in Charleston to improve their teeth

DR Greenberg offers a long-lasting way for patients in Charleston to improve their teeth

Dental bonding is a cost-effective and efficient way to close gaps, repair chips, and cover up stains. You can easily maintain the beautiful results from bonding for many years to come. Getting you off on the right foot Also known as direct veneers, modern bonding is designed to be both attractive and durable. Dr. Greenberg skillfully applies bonding material made from composite resin to your tooth. This advanced dental material hides imperfections and strengthens the bonded tooth. Restorations such as dental crowns and indirect porcelain veneers require some reduction in the tooth to accommodate these dental materials. Since very little … Continue reading

Dentist describes merits of popular dental bonding procedure for North Charleston patients

Dr Greenberg describes merits of popular dental bonding procedure for North Charleston patients

In its most recent biennial State of the Industry Survey released in January, the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry reported dental bonding was the most popular procedure administered by responding dentists, second only to crowns designed to restore significantly damaged teeth. Bonding was done more frequently by these dentists than dental bridges, tooth whitening, implant-supported teeth, dentures and even veneers. Bonding is also known as direct veneers. The name is apt; instead of dental materials being made in a lab and then bonded to your teeth, a material matched to your natural teeth is directly applied, shaped, and hardened. The … Continue reading

Success of dental bonding depends on skill, you can benefit from Charleston dentist’s artistry

Dr Greenberg Explains how Success of dental bonding depends on skill, you can benefit from Charleston dentist's artistry

Also known as composite or direct veneers, the dental bonding procedure involves the placement of a durable, tooth-colored material to correct a wide range of conditions, including: Gaps Chips Fractures Stains The bonded material is designed and rendered, so it will look uniform when compared to surrounding teeth. Bonding is also called direct veneers because the dentist places the lifelike material on the damaged teeth and manipulates it to cover chips and discoloration, and to close excess spaces and reshape teeth. The dentist then hardens the material to the natural enamel, so it is strong and resilient. Bonding’s alternative, porcelain … Continue reading

Charleston dentist’s artful bonding on otherwise healthy teeth offers big smile boost

Dr Greenberg offers big smile boost

Chips and cracks can detract from the pleasant appearance of your smile. These and other concerns can be corrected with dental bonding. Some concerns are caused by conditions that threaten the functionality of your teeth. The issues may actually be symptoms of serious conditions such as enamel erosion and decay that progressively eats away at tooth structure. Dr. Greenberg will first get to the root cause of your chips, cracks, uneven surfaces, gaps, and other changes that potentially affect your bite and the relationship between teeth. You may think your motivations for dental bonding are superficial, but a professional examination … Continue reading

Doctor’s aesthetic approach stands out from other comprehensive dentistry providers in Charleston SC

approach stands out from other comprehensive dentistry providers in Charleston SC

There are no better teeth than the ones you grew into naturally. However, should an accident or disease damage your smile, Dr. Andrew Greenberg will be able to replicate the next best thing to your natural teeth. By using his unique mix of dental training and artistic skill, Dr. Greenberg will rebuild the color, shape, and overall appearance of your tooth using a dental material. This composite resin material is made from a mix of tooth-colored plastic and glass. Dr. Greenberg will select a shade of resin that matches the color of the surrounding teeth for seamless integration into the … Continue reading

Charleston dentist discusses bonding and alternatives to correct problems ranging from chips to stains

Dr Greenberg Explains how bonding and alternatives to correct problems ranging from chips to stains

You may be familiar with porcelain veneers due in part to the many celebrities who owe their dazzling smiles to these thin shells of porcelain. Porcelain veneers were developed during Hollywood’s Golden Age for actors like Shirley Temple. However, there is an option that may be a better fit for your needs, goals, and circumstances: dental bonding. An introduction to bonding This procedure is completed with composite resin, a plastic material designed to look and function like a tooth. After Dr. Greenberg selects the color of resin that most closely matches the shade of your teeth, the surface of the … Continue reading

Which West Ashley area patients are appropriate candidates for teeth bonding?

Dr Greenberg Explains Which West Ashley area patients are appropriate candidates for teeth bonding?

Dr. Andrew Greenberg is a West Ashley dentist who is known for his artistic dental work. He not only helps patients achieve healthier smiles, but smiles that are more attractive. When patients are interested in correcting cosmetic imperfections of their smile, he encourages them to visit with his team at Mouth Carolina Dentistry, PA to see what can be done. For many patients in the West Ashley area with cosmetic imperfections, dental bonding can be used. Dental bonding is best for covering teeth with problems such as breakage, permanent staining, gaps, or chips. This material is molded onto the tooth, … Continue reading


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