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Everyone at the office is very friendly and helpful, and the technicians are great. I feel like Westerville Dental is very much on top of the latest screening and monitoring techniques, and I really appreciate the thoroughness of the appointments in terms of measuring gum health as well as tooth health. I chose this place when I moved down here based on the good reviews, and I haven't been disappointed.
So professional AND friendly. I know that I am getting the best care for my whole family. Plus, the waiting area is beautiful and comfortable--like a living room!--with a special area for young ones to read and draw on the chalk boards.
So glad I found this office when I moved back to Ohio. I’ve had so many bad experiences at the dentist, this place is understanding and open to my questions, they explain everything and it really seems like they care. They also have an open and inviting waiting room that is beautiful.
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We all know what to do – and what not to do – in order to prevent heart disease. Don’t overindulge on salty or fatty foods; get enough exercise and rest; eat your vegetables and take medications to prevent worsening of an existing condition.
But heart disease can also be managed if you remember one very important part of the daily regimen: brushing your teeth. Dentists know that regular brushing — as part of any oral care routine — can help to prevent heart disease.
According to the American Academy of Periodontology, people with periodontal disease are almost twice as likely to have coronary artery disease (also called heart disease). One study found that the presence of common problems in the mouth, including gum disease (gingivitis), cavities, and missing teeth, were good predictors heart disease.
So, give your heart a break and brush your teeth and floss daily, and stay away from acidic, sugary foods. Your dentist knows that one of the only ways your mouth can actually talk to your heart – and have it listen.
If you are interested in finding out more about the relationship between your teeth and heart disease, contact our Westerville dentists through our website or call us directly at 614-882-1135. Westerville Dental Associates remains committed to being the very best at providing patients with optimal care, while making them feel right at home.