Take the knocks but prevent the niggles with Charleston Dentist Dental Mouth Guards
Dr. Andrew Greenberg and his team at Mouth Carolina Dentistry, PA join the American Dental Association in reminding you that April is National Facial Protection Month. As official dentist for the Charleston Battery professional soccer team, Dr. Greenberg knows a thing or two about dental sports injuries and how to prevent them. In the 1800’s boxers fashioned the first mouth guards from tape, gauze, cotton, and wood. These crude devices provided some oral protection, and allowed the athlete to focus on his sport while clenching his jaw. Thankfully, facial protection has come a long way for soccer players and those … Continue reading
What are Some Emergency Dental Tips?
At Mouth Carolina Dentistry, PA, Dr. Greenberg is not only a general and cosmetic dentist; he is also available to patients as an emergency dentist. Charleston area residents are able to undergo emergency services whether they are existing patients or new patients of Mouth Carolina Dentistry, PA. Even after you have scheduled an emergency visit to the dentist, it is important to have some knowledge of dental first aid when things don’t exactly go as planned. Here are some basic tips to help get you through until you’re able to see your dentist. Tooth that is knocked out If a … Continue reading
What is Considered a Dental Emergency?
When the unexpected happens, you may need assistance from a Charleston emergency dentist. Emergency dental care is not offered by all Charleston area dentists, but Dr. Greenberg of Mouth Carolina Dentistry, PA understands the importance of offering emergency dentistry to both new and existing patients. You never know what could happen, and some situations require emergency care. What is considered a dental emergency? Of course, routine cleanings and cosmetic procedures are not considered dental emergencies that would require patients to make a short-notice dental appointment at Mouth Carolina Dentistry, PA. However, many situations may arise that require the immediate need … Continue reading
Charleston dentist offers preventative dental care tips
Dr. Greenberg of Mouth Carolina Dentistry, PA in Charleston is committed to assisting his patients in achieving great oral health. To do so, he is providing a list of common dental care tips for prevention of conditions such as periodontal disease and tooth decay. Brushing and Flossing Brushing and flossing should be done every day. Patients are encouraged to brush their teeth after every meal to remove plaque, sugars, and acids from the enamel of the teeth, and flossing should be done at least once a day to remove plaque and food particles that can become stuck between teeth. Eating … Continue reading