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16Mar, 2018

What is the Difference Between Standard Care and the Bale Doneen Method?

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One out of every three people will die as a result of cardiovascular disease. This is a major problem that must be addressed. To reduce these numbers, it is essential to discuss heart attack and stroke prevention. It is often too late to begin caring for a patient after a major cardiovascular event. Our office pushes the standard of care to treat patients based on his or her risk factors for developing health issues with the help of the Bale/Doneen Method. This method follows a more proactive health approach to […]
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8Dec, 2017

7 Dental Tips for Healthy Teeth During the Holidays

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The holidays are for family, friends, and fun. However, even when you are having a good time, it is important to still keep your dental health in mind.  This way, you can start the new year with healthy teeth and gums! Consider these dental tips during this holiday season.  Make Home Dental Care a Priority No matter how busy, tired, or excited you are, perform proper tooth brushing and flossing at least twice each day. Many people find it easiest to brush and floss in the morning and at bedtime. […]
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5Oct, 2017

When to Take Your Child to The Dentist

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Many times, parents do not know when it is time for their child’s first dental check-up. The American Dental Association advises that a child should be seen by a dentist immediately following his or her first tooth eruption. As a parent, it is essential to understand what to expect when visiting the dentist with your child. The First Visit Although the first visit for a child will involve basic dentistry procedures like a solid mouth exam, it is a great time to introduce your child to the office and the […]
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8Sep, 2017

How Are Diabetes And Gum Disease Related?

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Oral health can be complicated if you do not know the facts. One example includes the relationships between diabetes and gum disease. Are You Diabetic? If you have diabetes, you have a greater risk of developing gum disease. You have a greater risk if you do not keep your condition under control. There are steps you can take to reduce your risk. Follow your physician’s instructions for your medical condition. Floss and brush your teeth and gums twice each day. Home oral care can prevent plaque from building up on […]
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3Aug, 2017

5 Tips to Protect Yourself From Gum Disease During Pregnancy

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Due to hormonal changes and other factors, your oral health is especially vulnerable when you are pregnant.  Some dental tips can protect you from gum disease during pregnancy. 1.  Visit your dentist- The best time to schedule an appointment for an exam and cleaning is before you become pregnant.  If you have not done so, visit as soon as you learn of your pregnancy. 2.  Keep your teeth and gums clean- To avoid gum disease, you must keep your teeth and gums free from bacteria and plaque.  Brush and floss after every […]
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3Feb, 2017

What Does Heart Disease Have To Do With Oral Health?

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There is more to oral health than a nice smile. The condition of your teeth and gums affects your body, too. There are many health risks associated with poor oral health. Heart disease is one example. The Relationship Between Oral Health and Heart Disease: There are two ways poor oral health can be harmful to your heart. First, bacteria in your mouth can pass through the bloodstream and reach the arteries of the heart. The arteries can become hardened, and develop plaque. This can block or decrease normal blood flow. Second, […]
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5Jan, 2017

5 Quick Tips To Improving Your Dental Routine

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Your home dental routine is one of the most important factors in your oral health. Some dental tips can make your routine easier and more effective. 1. Set and maintain a schedule. If you brush and floss only when it is convenient, you are undermining your oral health. A better approach is to make a schedule for your dental routine. One example is to brush and floss immediately after breakfast and before bedtime each night. 2. Keep your dental supplies handy. You will be more inclined to use your dental […]
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15Nov, 2016

Options For Dental Wellness When You Can’t Afford Dental Care

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Caring for your teeth can be expensive. When you do not have the funds to cover professional dental care, it is important to learn how to preserve your oral health. Here are some affordable options that encourage dental wellness. Consider Participating In Studies. Oftentimes, universities or science labs perform research on the latest dental treatments. In exchange for free dental care, you may agree to be a subject of the research. Receive Service from Dental Students. Dental students are required to practice in a clinical setting before they graduate. Many schools offer […]
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21Oct, 2016

How to Receive Quality Dental Care When You Don’t Have Dental Insurance

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Dental insurance is important, but for some people, it can be costly or inaccessible. However, this does not mean you should go without professional dental care. Complete Health Dentistry of Worthington has options for those who are without insurance but desire premium dental care. Dental Wellness Plan   At Complete Health Dentistry of Worthington, we offer a Complete Health Dental Wellness Plan. This plan is an easy way to make dental care affordable and effective. Our dental wellness plan is different from most other dental insurance options due to the […]
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14Oct, 2016

The Window into Your Overall Health

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October is also National Dental Hygiene Month. You have been taught since a young age that brushing and flossing are the key components to maintaining proper oral health. However, as research has continued, there is much more you should be doing than just these initial practices. Several studies have found that oral health is truly the window into whole-body health. Cardiovascular diseases, birth defects and even alzheimer’s progression can be affected by bacteria found in the mouth. Which is why at The Complete Health Dentistry of Worthington, we take both oral and overall health very seriously. […]
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