Kiss Bad Breath Goodbye

Persistent bad breath, also known as halitosis, can be one of the most frustrating dental conditions experienced by Dr. Peck’s patients. Often seen in newer patients, or those with a weak at-home dental care routine, halitosis is a completely treatable condition. Don’t let bad breath ruin your social and professional interactions. Take these simple steps […]

Reduce Anxiety with Sedation Dentistry

Are you one of the many Americans who suffer anxiety or fear before going to the dentist’s office? Patients of all types of backgrounds and experiences can become nervous about even the most routine dental check-ups. The most important way to curb anxiety about your next dental appointment is to find a dentist office that […]

Growing Accustomed to Your New Dentures

Receiving a full arch of dentures is a dramatic change of pace for almost every dental patient. It’s not an easy decision, to receive dentures – which requires the extraction of all of your natural teeth prior to fitting the device. However, Dr. Peck has helped many patients through the process with his expert advice […]

You Might Not Know It But You You May Be Suffering from Tooth Erosion

Tooth erosion is often referred to as the silent epidemic when it comes to oral health. While the advances in oral health care today has come a long way, resulting to better quality of life, tooth erosion remains to be a common problem among individuals of all ages. We have even noticed a similar trend […]

Why We’re Expecting You To Visit Us When You’re Expecting a Baby Soon

It may be easy to overlook your oral health if you’re expecting to have a baby soon, what with all the things that you need to prepare for the newest member of the family. However, Massachusetts dentist Dr. David I. Peck always makes it a point to remind expectant moms (as well as their partners) […]

How Exercise Can Reduce Your Risk of Gum Disease

You probably know by now that gum disease is highly preventable with regular dental evaluations here at our Massachusetts dental practice alongside strict adherence to oral hygiene habits such as brushing and flossing. What if we tell you that exercise can actually lower your risk of gum disease, too? Not exactly convinced? Read on below! […]

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