Benjamin Friberg, Dentist

Benjamin Friberg


8115 Market Street, 204 Wilmington NC, 28411


Dr. Benjamin Friberg is a Dentist practicing in Wilmington, NC. Dr. Friberg specializes in preventing, diagnosing, and treating diseases and conditions associated with the mouth and overall dental health. Dentists are trained to carry out such treatment as professional cleaning, restorative, prosthodontic, and endodontic procedures, and performing examinations, among many others.

Education and Training

SUNY at Buffalo School of Dent DDS 2015

Provider Details

Male English, Spanish
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Benjamin Friberg's Expert Contributions
  • How can I get rid of gingivitis fast?

    Please always consult a dentist of proper diagnosis of your oral disease. Gingivitis is a result of dental plaque accumulation on and around the gums. Floss your teeth using proper technique. Rinse with Listerine or similar mouth rinse for 30 seconds. Brush your teeth for two minutes with proper technique. Do this 2x daily and your gingivitis will heal. Periodontitis is a result of gingivitis that went unchecked for too long and is not reversible by daily oral hygiene routines. You will need to seek the care of a dentist. READ MORE

  • At what age do adults start losing teeth?

    Normal, healthy adults do not lose their teeth. Tooth loss in adulthood is related to disease. The most common reason for adult onset tooth loss is Periodontal (gum) disease. Please seek the attention of a dentist. READ MORE

  • How long are gums sore after crown?

    In most cases any discomfort from a dental procedure will last 1-3 days. Keeping the area clean will promote quick healing. READ MORE

  • Is Orajel good for tooth pain?

    Orajel is a topical anesthetic that can help relieve mild toothaches. They do not treat the cause of the toothache. Most toothaches are caused by an infection that require dental treatment. READ MORE

  • Can a tooth that had a root canal get infected?

    Yes. Root canal treated teeth are still at risk for reinfection. READ MORE

  • Do fillings fall out?

    It is not common for a filling to fall out. There are many factors that lead to this happening: 1. A cavity has formed around the filling that leads to loss of retention. 2. The tooth has broken along with the filling. 3. There was a de-bonding of the glue that holds the filling in place. READ MORE

  • Can coffee make my teeth become blackish?

    Coffee, tea, red wine, tobacco, and other highly pigmented foods and drinks can create surface stains. "Black" stains can also be attributed to specific OTC mouth rinses. As always, seek the care of a dentist for any concerns for your oral health. READ MORE

Professional Memberships

  • American Dental Association  
  • Academy of General Dentistry  
  • American academy of Oral and Systemic Health  

Charities and Philanthropic Endeavors

  • paws4people

Benjamin Friberg's Practice location

8115 Market Street, 204 -
Wilmington, NC 28411
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2131 S 17TH ST BOX 9000 WILMINGTON NC 28402

109 Mendenhall Dr, Wilmington, NC 28411, USA
Head southeast on Mendenhall Dr toward Market St
331 ft
Turn right onto US-17 BUS S/Market StPass by Sonic Drive-In (on the left in 6.5 mi)
8.6 mi
Turn left after Domino's Pizza (on the left)Pass by Dairy Queen (Treat) (on the right in 0.8 mi)
1.7 mi
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354 ft
Continue onto New Hanover Medical Park DrDestination will be on the left
0.1 mi
1725 New Hanover Medical Park Dr, Wilmington, NC 28403, USA



109 Mendenhall Dr, Wilmington, NC 28411, USA
Head southeast on Mendenhall Dr toward Market St
331 ft
Turn right onto US-17 BUS S/Market St
5.3 mi
Turn left to merge onto NC-132 S/US-117 S/S College Rd toward Carolina Beach
3.3 mi
Slight right onto US-117 S/Shipyard Blvd (signs for Shipyard Boulevard)
2.5 mi
Turn right onto Troy Dr
0.2 mi
Turn left
171 ft
Turn leftDestination will be on the right
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2520 Troy Dr, Wilmington, NC 28401, USA



109 Mendenhall Dr, Wilmington, NC 28411, USA
Head southeast on Mendenhall Dr toward Market St
331 ft
Turn left at the 1st cross street onto Market St
1.1 mi
Keep left at the fork, follow signs for I-40/US-17 S/Myrtle Beach
0.6 mi
Continue onto NC-140
4.6 mi
Take exit 20 B-A to merge onto I-40 W toward Benson
9.0 mi
Take exit 408 for NC-210
0.3 mi
Turn left onto NC-210 W (signs for Rocky Point)Pass by McDonald's (on the left in 0.3 mi)
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507 E Fremont St, Burgaw, NC 28425, USA