Clinician’s Profile

Fred H. Peck, DDS, FAACD

Dr. Fred H. Peck is a third-generation dentist practicing in Cincinnati, OH for over 30 years. He is a graduate of The Ohio State University College of Dentistry and completed his residency at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. He is an Accredited Fellow of the AACD, a Fellow of the International College of Dentists, a Kois Center graduate, Dawson Academy graduate and a mentor for Cerecdoctors. com. He has published numerous articles and presented topics at many dental meetings on cosmetic dentistry, dental lab communication and direct resin bonding including hands-on seminars. He is active in the Cincinnati Dental Society and teaches the dental residents at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center. Dr. Fred Peck is in private practice in Cincinnati, OH.

Contributed Articles

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Treating Decay Subgingivally with the Bluewave™ Soft Tissue Diode Laser

November 3rd, 2023|

By Fred Peck, DDS, FAACD

Every day, dentists encounter decay in areas of the mouth where the teeth are a challenge to effectively treat, due to the decay extending beneath the gingival tissue. Saving these teeth is beneficial to the patient in maintaining function and esthetics, even more so if it can be done in a cost-effective manner.

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An Effective Ceramic Polishing Technique in Everyday Practice

April 26th, 2022|

By Fred H. Peck, DDS, FAACD

Placing permanent ceramic restorations in our patients’ mouths is an everyday occurrence for the restorative dentist. These restorations help to restore lost tooth structure, stabilize the occlusion, replace missing teeth, and improve esthetics. The final surface texture must be smooth and polished for patient comfort and to prevent damage to opposing teeth.

  • Clinical Article on Dental Impression Accuracy

Maximizing Impression-Taking Efficiency and Accuracy

August 6th, 2021|

By Fred Peck, DDS, FAACD

Obtaining a patient’s dental impression can present many challenges. One must keep the area free of saliva and blood, have good access to margins and often deal with a variety of viscosities of impression materials, that must be mixed and injected simultaneously to obtain an accurate impression.