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

The Silent Killer

by Dr. Jack Hahn 29. August 2014 09:49
Untreated gum disease known as Periodontal Disease most often will be the leading cause of tooth loss. It's called the "silent killer" because in many cases there is no pain associated with periodontal disease. Untreated periodontal disease leads to bone loss around the tooth roots causing the teeth... [More]

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Filling The Gap

My Teeth are Making Me Sick

by Dr. Jack Hahn 25. July 2014 10:37
Recent published studies from major universities such as Harvard and Johns Hopkins University have shown that untreated advanced gum disease can contribute to major medical problems. Examples being cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, neurological problems (dementia) and recently p... [More]

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Filling The Gap



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