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Welcome To Dr. Gregory Wych’s Blogspot

We’d like to thank everyone for visiting the Dr. Gregory J. Wych blogspot. Please make sure to visit from time to time as we’ll be posting useful information about family dentist services ranging from cosmetic dentist services to information about gum disease and oral health. Dr. Gregory J. Wych is recognized throughout the Columbia-Irmo area… read more »

Dentist Columbia Shares Tips for Celebrating a Real Thanksgiving

Sure, we all look forward to the big meal and football games, followed by much-needed naps and spending quality time with family. But the real spirit of Thanksgiving is all about expressing gratitude for your good fortune and giving to those who are less fortunate than you. Dentist Columbia Dr. Gregory Wych shares some tips… read more »

Dentist Columbia: Should you be worried about losing the enamel on your teeth?

The answer is yes! According to dentist Columbia Dr. Gregory Wych, eroding enamel is a big concern for many of his patients – and rightfully so. So this week he decided to take some time to discuss enamel, why it erodes and simple ways to take better care of it. Think of enamel as being… read more »

How will you celebrate Veterans Day?

I’ve always felt that since our military members serve us proudly abroad, when they return home, it’s time for us to serve them. Don’t you agree? So how can you give back? Your dentist Columbia Dr. Gregory Wych has some suggestions for you! We know it can sometimes be difficult for non-military families to figure… read more »

Dentist Columbia: Trick or Treat for Healthy Teeth!

Of course it’s every child’s dream to collect lots of candy on Halloween night. But what is a child’s dream can be a parent’s spooky nightmare. But your dentist Columbia Dr. Gregory Wych advises that Halloween can be an opportune time to teach your children good oral health habits that they can keep for life,… read more »

Dentist Columbia: Are You Having a Problem With Your Tongue?

Are you having a problem with your tongue such as pain, sores, swelling, changes in taste, unusual colors, and changes in texture? Many of these issues are not serious and are typically caused by minor infections or injuries to the mouth. However, according to dentist Columbia Dr. Gregory Wych, your symptoms could be an indication… read more »

Dentist Columbia: Don’t know why your jaw hurts?

If you’re having pain in your jaw area, you’re not alone. In fact, according to dentist Columbia Dr. Gregory Wych, more than 15 percent of American adults suffer from prolonged facial pain, such as jaw pain, headaches or earaches. The source of these aches and pains may be related to one or both of the… read more »

Dentist Columbia: What do dental hygiene and breast cancer have in common?

October is both National Dental Hygiene Month and Breast Cancer Awareness Month and your dentist Columbia Dr. Gregory Wych is asking you to join him in celebrating both causes. This month marks the fifth consecutive year that the month of October has been designated to helping raise public awareness about good oral health during National… read more »

Dentist Columbia: Do you need help understanding your dental insurance?

Dental insurance is intended to help offset the costs associated with dental care, but with all the options and rules, it can be very confusing. But your dentist Columbia Dr. Gregory Wych is here to answer your questions. Various dental insurance plans are available for individuals and each has limitations. Some plans only reimburse patients… read more »

Dentist Columbia Offers Tips for “Teeth-Friendly” School Lunches

School is back in session and that means the kiddos are back in action and need to stay fueled with brain and teeth friendly foods. While it’s important to pack a healthy lunch, according to dentist Columbia Dr. Gregory Wych, it’s more important to pack something healthy that your child will eat and not trade… read more »

Dentist Columbia: When Is It Time for Your Child’s First Dentist Appointment?

When Is It Time for Your Child’s First Dentist Appointment? Baby teeth don’t last forever; in fact, they generally start to fall out to make room for adult teeth by the time your child reaches the age of six or seven. But according to dentist Columbia Dr. Gregory Wych, it’s still important to keep those… read more »

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