Traverse City Record-Eagle

October 14, 2010

Well-Being Newsmakers: 10/14/2010


---- — The Antrim County High Tea for Breast Cancer Prevention received the 2010 Community Health Champion Award during East Jordan Family Health Center's 12th annual Patient Appreciation Day. Ed Huller, president of the organization, accepted the award, which recognizes those who have dedicated themselves to serving the health care needs of the area.

The Antrim County High Tea is an all-volunteer grass-roots organization. Its mission is to serve individuals in Antrim County who are not otherwise covered by public or private medical programs or whose personal financial capability would discourage preventative testing. Since 2004, the organization has raised more than $200,000.


Dr. Peter Piché, an established Traverse City dentist, recently completed post-graduate education in advanced techniques of Bioesthetic Dentistry taught by the OBI Foundation for Bioesthetic Dentistry.

The techniques are based on optimal biology, following nature's ideal relationships of form and function to re-create a mouth and establish proper bite. Bioesthetic dentistry looks at the relationship of the jaw and teeth, and the effect of this relationship on the teeth, as well as the nerves, muscles and other tissues.

Dr. Piché's office is located at 335 E. State St. Call 947-2716 to learn more.