New York Dental Practice Says Bleeding Gums Will Never Be Healed By Brushing Alone

Dr. William P. Caldon, D.M.D., co-owner of Plattsburgh’s High Peaks Dental, explains that those who brush regularly but still have bleeding gums must take extra precautions, like flossing, to ensure they avoid periodontal disease.

Plattsburgh, NY — Jul 31, 2015 — Renowned Plattsburgh dentist Dr. William Caldon published a new blog post entitled “Brush Regularly But Gums Still Bleeding? Here’s Why.” In the post, he reveals several reasons why even regular brushers may still be developing the symptoms of gingivitis, reminding readers that bleeding gums are a serious warning sign of gum disease.

William CaldonSays Caldon, “Bleeding gums are never okay. If you or somebody you love experiences bleeding gums, talk to your dentist right away to take the important steps necessary for preventing gum disease.”

Dr. Caldon has been a co-owner of High Peaks Dental since 1996 after serving in the United States Air Force for 20 years and retiring as a Colonel. He received his Doctor of Dental Medicine degree from the University of Louisville and his Bachelor’s from Thomas More College. In 2013, USA Today featured Caldon as one of America’s Premier Dentists.

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About High Peaks Dental:

Specializing in patient comfort, High Peaks Dental is the premier dental practice in Plattsburgh and northern New York regions. Owned by Dr. Michael O’Connor, D.D.S. and Dr. William Caldon, D.M.D., the practice has been making patients smile since 1978. With state-of-the-art facilities and equipment, the practice offers the highest quality care and level of service available. High Peaks Dental has been featured across numerous media outlets including NBC, ABC, CBS, Reuters, FOX, and USA Today.

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