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Dental Crown Procedure: What to Expect

Jan 23, 2017

After you schedule your appointment with one of our experienced dentists, he or she will talk with you about your specific restorative needs, your goals for your smile, and your desired outcome. Your dentist will then examine your teeth to determine if a dental crown is appropriate.  When you need a new dental crown, it is helpful…

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10 Things Your Dentist Wants You to Know

Sep 20, 2016

There are a few important things that your dentist at Friendly Dentistry in Greensboro NC wants you to know about what to do before going to the dentist. There are a few things that you can do in preparation that will make your next dental exam easier. Most people are already aware that they should brush and floss every…

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Job Applicants: Whiten Your Teeth FAST to Land That Perfect Job!

Sep 8, 2016

Summer is almost over, meaning that the college students who graduated in May are now packing away their swimsuits and preparing to enter the employment market. While you’re polishing up your resume, trimming up your hair, and ironing out your interview suit, there’s one additional detail to consider: whitening your teeth. Business leaders want to…

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What Causes Sensitive Teeth?

Jul 4, 2016

At Friendly Dentistry in Greensboro, NC, we often hear from our patients that they experience painful brushing. Sensitive teeth can be the root of the problem. Dentin hypersensitivity (sensitive teeth) does not necessarily mean that you have a dental problem, although in some cases it is a problem. We can help you to care for your sensitive…

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How to Stop Bad Breath for Good

May 30, 2016

Bad breath (halitosis) is something that happens to everyone at one time or another. Unfortunately, there are some of us that are more prone to developing bad breath more than others. In most cases, bad breath is simply a symptom of something that you ate. In other cases, bad breath is a warning sign that…

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Ask a Dentist at Friendly Dentistry in Greensboro NC

May 9, 2016

We pride ourselves on being home to some of the best dentists in Greensboro. This week, we asked one of our dentists, Brittany P. Blue, to tell us more about herself and her experience performing sedative, cosmetic, restorative, and emergency dentistry. After all, getting to know your dentist is one of the best ways to reduce your fear of the dentist and start to…

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What are Veneers?

Apr 25, 2016

One of the quickest ways to enhance your smile without extensive dental treatment and aside from regular teeth whitening is with dental veneers. Veneers are made of ultra thin porcelain and are bonded to the front of the tooth. They are very durable and resilient so they will last for many years with proper care. Dental veneers are custom made to…

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What to Expect During Your Child’s First Dental Visit

Apr 1, 2016

When should you first take your child to the dentist? Most parents might guess age 3, 4, or 5. However, proper dental care actually begins when your child is still just a baby. The American Dental Association recommends that the first dental visit take place when a child is 1 year old. A more general rule of thumb is…

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Why We are the Best Dentists in Greensboro

Mar 14, 2016

When it comes to your teeth, only the best dentistry will do. After all, your smile is the most beautiful part of you! Whether you need a routine cleaning or some serious dental reconstruction, Friendly Dentistry prides itself on being the best option for you and your family. Read on to learn why we’ve been…

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Gingivitis Treatment: What you need to know

Feb 29, 2016

Have you seen blood in the sink when brushing your teeth recently? If so, that bleeding may be one of the first symptoms of gingivitis. it’s estimated that over 35.7 million Americans suffer from gingivitis. If left untreated, gingivitis can lead to more severe forms of periodontal disease, and eventually, loss of teeth. Luckily, however,…

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