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INDIANAPOLIS, IN, April 18, 2014 — Dr. Julie Stante, DDS, of Fishers, IN, is focused on getting the facts out about how the health of your teeth and gums can affect your general health. This connection between oral health and the overall health of your body supports an oral systemic correlation.

Did you know?
– While your mouth is full of bacteria, most of it is harmless.
– However, without the proper care, such as daily brushing and flossing and regular dental check-ups, these bacteria can become harmful and lead to oral infections and can even contribute to various complications with diseases, such as Endocarditis, Cardiovascular Disease and Diabetes.

Fortunately, with proper dental care, there are ways to prevent these potential links caused by poor oral health. Attached is an article by Dr. Stante that delves into the details of oral system correlation, the warning signs and what can be done to prevent it or what can be done as soon as oral health problems arise.

To view the entire article, click here.

Dr. Stante is dedicated to providing the best and most advanced dental care for her patients. While covering the spectrum of dental services with the latest in techniques, tools and advanced technology, her practice focus includes Family Dentistry, Cosmetic & Restorative Dentistry and Neuromuscular TMJ Therapy. Her warm and inviting office serves the Indianapolis, Fishers, Geist, Noblesville and East Carmel areas within the state of Indiana.

For more information about Dr. Julie Stante, visit

To contact the office directly, please call, 317.579.1875, or email

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