If you see pink in the sink, it’s time to see your dentist.

by Dr. Fred Peck, DDS 18. May 2015 10:31
Do you see pink in the sink when you brush your teeth?  That pink means your gums are bleeding and could be a symptom of gum problems such as gingivitis or plaque buildup at the gumline.  Be sure to use a soft bristled brush as some brushes may have bristles that are too abrasive for your ... [More]

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Perfecting Your Smile

02/01/15- Paula's Eating/Exercise Journal: Tuesday

by Paula (Clean Eating Expert) 2. February 2014 08:13
  A while back I wrote about the importance of regular dental hygiene and check-ups.  I was reminded of this fact when reading a woman’s story in one of the 12 magazines I read every month.  She described an extreme feeling of fatigue; aching in her joints, sore gums, and subse... [More]

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