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 SC: How Much Do You Know About Your Teeth?

Dentist Columbia SC Dr. Gregory Wych wants to know how much you really know about your teeth. For example, fact or myth: Is sugar the prime culprit of cavities? If you said that’s a fact, you’d be incorrect. The truth is, acid produced by bacteria in your mouth is the primary cause of cavities. So, read more »

Dentist Columbia: Are you committing these dental don’ts?

While we try to take good care of our teeth, we all slip up now and then and do something that can damage them. Sometimes, we’re not even aware that what we’re doing can hurt our teeth. So to help you, your dentist Columbia Dr. Gregory Wych has compiled a list of the top five read more »

Irmo Cosmetic Dentist Offers Solutions for Crooked Teeth

Many of us dream of having a perfect smile with straight, white teeth. And according to Irmo cosmetic dentist Dr. Gregory Wych crooked teeth can have a serious negative effect on self-esteem and/or even how people chew. Having crooked teeth or a bad bite is referred to as malocclusion. A common cause of this condition read more »

Dentist Columbia: No more root canals?

For the millions of Americans who suffer cavities each year, the threat of a root canal may soon be a fear of the past. According to dentist Columbia Dr. Gregory Wych, researchers from Harvard University claim that they have discovered an innovative way to regrow parts of people’s teeth using an unlikely tool: lasers. According to read more »

Dentist Columbia Offers Tips for a Happy – and Healthy – 4th of July!

The 4th of July is one of our nation’s most popular holidays, since we gather together with family and friends to celebrate our great country. Dentist Columbia Dr. Gregory Wych wants to encourage his patients to have a safe and happy July 4th celebration. We don’t want to put a damper on your fun, but read more »

Dentist Columbia SC: Are Your Teeth the Whitest They Can Be?

Has your smile lost its luster?  If so, you’re not alone, but you should be concerned.  Your smile creates an immediate, subconscious, visual impact on the people you meet.  A bright smile is perceived as a healthy smile, and according to dentist Columbia SC Dr. Gregory Wych, teeth-whitening is one of the most economical ways read more »

Dentist Columbia SC: How much do you really know about dental health?

Did you know that in some people, tiny projections on the tongue’s surface grow longer than usual causing a condition known as “black hairy tongue?”  This layer of “fur” harbors bacteria, which makes the tongue look darker. Sure, that’s a rather comical question, but there are a lot of serious questions to consider about the read more »

Happy Father’s Day From Your Dentist Columbia Dr. Gregory Wych!

If you’re a father, you know that the role doesn’t come with a handbook for the answers to all of life’s challenges.  As a parent – mother or father – you know that you significantly impact your child’s life. Genetics dictate physical features that are passed on such as stature, and eye color—much of which read more »

Dentist Columbia: Don’t Ignore a Lump in Your Mouth!

Any time a new lump or bump forms on any part of our body, it can be a cause for alarm.  And if it’s located in our mouth, it can really cause concern.  In fact, some people immediately fear a diagnosis of oral cancer, when it could actually be a harmless cyst (mucocele), so it’s read more »

Still Need a Unique Mother’s Day Gift? Dentist Columbia to the rescue!

Your dentist Columbia Dr. Gregory Wych here to remind you that Mother’s Day is this Sunday! Did you know that Mother’s Day has been celebrated in the United States for over 100 years? In fact, the first Mother’s Day celebrations were held in West Virginia and Pennsylvania in 1908. Within just three years, Mother’s Day read more »