Yearly Archives: 2016

Let’s Start the New Year with a Plan!

When you think about making New Year’s resolutions, what comes to mind? Health and wellness? Greater professional success? Maybe you’d like to feel better about your appearance. Whatever the actual goal, the point behind making resolutions is to set the stage for plan-making. Without a plan, keeping those New Year’s resolutions becomes all but impossible. […]

Sidestep the Stress of the Holidays

Stress is something most of us would like to avoid as much as possible. It’s also not something we typically associate with the very merry holiday season. A large majority of Americans journey gleefully from Thanksgiving to New Years Day reveling in carols, sleigh bells, carriage rides, and holiday gatherings. In all the hustle and […]

3 Reasons to Consider Sedation Dentistry

It’s no secret that there is a common phobia amongst adults and children everywhere: the dentist. With thoughts of giant needles and maybe even an auto shop tool used to pry open your jaw, many people let their irrational thoughts get in the way of getting their teeth cleaned on a bi-annual basis. Luckily, with […]

Get Your Fill: 3 Different Types of Fillings

If you recently found out from Dr. David Peck that you have a cavity, then you are likely going to need to have it filled with a filling. As a method used to seal off your tooth from bacteria, food, or plaque, a filling will help to restore your tooth back to its original functionality. […]

A Discussion Of Dental X-Rays

X-rays are amazing. They are used by doctors to determine the state of broken bones or other medical issues that would be impossible to treat without “seeing” what is wrong. Dental x-rays are amazing. They are pictures of your teeth, bones and the soft tissues that surround them, and they are a crucial component of […]

A Clean Tongue Is A Happy Tongue

Do you do this? Clean your tongue, that is? If you don’t, you’re missing a critical component to your daily oral-care routine. Hopefully, your goals for keeping your breath fresh and enhancing your smile include these 3 things as a sure-fire way to good dental health: 1.Brushing and flossing twice a day 2.Using alcohol-free mouthwash […]

Do Your Gums Bleed?

Bleeding gums should not be ignored. If you’ve noticed that yours bleed a bit when you floss or brush, it could be a sign of gum disease. Normally, gum tissue does not bleed – even vigorous brushing should not result in bleeding gums. Continue reading to learn more. More about gum disease: •Also known as […]

The Hot and Cold of Sensitive Teeth

Hot drinks. Cold Drinks. Both can be problematic if you have sensitive teeth. If you experience shooting pain or a dull sensation of pain when you drink beverages “of a certain temperature,” you are probably suffering from sensitive teeth. The same goes with foods. If you aren’t able to enjoy an ice cream cone without […]

Traveling? Ramp-Up Your Dental Travel Kit

Late summer vacations are wonderful. And It will soon be time to travel to grandma’s house for Thanksgiving dinner. You wouldn’t leave home without your favorite P.J’s or dancing shoes…you shouldn’t leave home without packing these four essential oral hygiene tools: Brush and Paste. Certainly the most obvious tools to include in your oral health […]

A Bit Of Denture Information

Because dentures and wearing them can be a detailed and complex topic, there are a few things to know about them if you are contemplating this dental procedure. Read on to become more informed about wearing dentures: Shrinking Gums. When your natural teeth are lost, what remains are the bony ridges where your teeth used […]

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