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What you need to know about oral cancer

What you need to know about oral cancer

Every hour of every day someone in America dies of Oral Cancer. In honor of Mouth Cancer Awareness Month, we thought it would be a great time to shed some light on the subject. Let’s start with some key facts: Tobacco use is the number one cause of mouth cancer. In...
Working Hard to Keep Patients & Staff Safe

Working Hard to Keep Patients & Staff Safe

Working Hard to Keep Patients & Staff Safe It’s a question we’ve heard often lately: Is it safe to visit the dentist during the COVID-19 pandemic? The short answer? YES! At Julie L. Stante, DDS, Cosmetic & Family Dentistry, we’ve implemented additional...
What Your Child’s Swollen or Bleeding Gums May Tell You

What Your Child’s Swollen or Bleeding Gums May Tell You

What Can Your Child’s Swollen or Bleeding Gums Tell You? A recent study, conducted by Pediatric Rheumatology, found that children with juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA) suffered from more gum inflammation than their healthy peers due to gingivitis. If your child is...
10 Reasons Why You Need to See a Dentist

10 Reasons Why You Need to See a Dentist

Your Dental Health Impacts More Than Just Your Smile Did you know that the way you maintain your teeth and gums can impact nearly every system in your body?Your dental health is directly linked to your overall health. Poor dental hygiene or long breaks from routine...
Attention to Detail in a Luxurious Patient Experience

Attention to Detail in a Luxurious Patient Experience

Treating Hoosier families since 2002, Dr. Julie Stante has been named among the city’s best dentists by Indianapolis Monthly five years running. Her personal approach to oral health has kept clients, friends and neighbors coming back for years. Our office offers a...
You don’t have to suffer from those sharp, sudden pains

You don’t have to suffer from those sharp, sudden pains

A host of factors can contribute to sensitive teeth, including plaque buildup, gingivitis, periodontal disease, acidic foods, teeth grinding and even brushing too hard. A visit to Julie L. Stante, DDS, Cosmetic & Family Dentistry can pinpoint any underlying causes...
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