Angelo M. Julovich, DDS

Dear Dentist, How Long Does It Take to Recover from an Extraction?

April 19, 2018

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woman with toothacheIf at all possible, we always try to save a tooth rather than extract it. However, sometimes it’s necessary to remove one of your pearly whites to relieve dental problems and get your smile back on track. The extraction process is nothing to fear, and we’ll do our best to make sure you’re comfortable during the procedure. But how long can you expect recovery time to take? According to your Zionsville dentist, the answer to that question depends on the nature of the extraction.

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3 Tips to Keep Your Teeth White from Your Dentist in Zionsville!

March 22, 2018

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man wearing glasses and hat smilingAfter you’ve received the necessary treatment to deliver the bright and brilliant smile that you’ve been dreaming of, what can you do to protect it? There are a ton of remedies and product claims that you’re bombarded with, but what actually works? Your dentist in Zionsville weighs in on the subject with 3 simple tips to keep in mind. In addition, he’ll provide some alternatives that will help you maintain your beautiful smile.

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4 Reasons Why You Should Floss from Your Dentist in Zionsville

March 10, 2018

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happy woman flossing her teethIt’s very important to dispel the myth that flossing is simply a routine that is done in addition to brushing your teeth. Instead, it should be held in the same regard as your brushing routine. Your dentist in Zionsville will explain why as he reveals 4 reasons that you should floss every day. In addition, he’ll discuss how your oral hygiene habits and preventive dentistry work in tandem to maintain your oral health.

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Can a Dentist in Zionsville Help Me Fix My Slipping Dentures?

February 27, 2018

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senior couple smilingThere are many ways to replace missing teeth. Typically, your dentist in Zionsville would recommend the best fitting tooth replacement option, which is dental implants. This is especially true if you have a current dental restoration, like dentures, that are ill-fitting and causing you oral health problems. Learn more about dental implants and how they can help you, especially if you’re ready to replace those dentures.

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3 Things to Always Ask When Visiting a Dentist in Zionsville

February 6, 2018

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woman smilingOne of the best things that you can have between yourself and the team at your dental practice is an honest, open line of communication. That’s why it’s so important—and we encourage—to have patients ask their dental professionals questions. This also goes for the dental hygienist that works to clean your teeth, keeping them bright and white!

If you’re unsure about what to ask your local hygienist during your next visit, consider these 3 questions! Keep reading to learn more.

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From Your Dentist in Zionsville – The Effects of Avoiding Tap Water

January 15, 2018

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picture of water flowing from tapAt the start of the 21st century, something happened – the bottled water craze took off. Suddenly, it wasn’t recommended that you drink from faucets. As a result, the sales of bottled water sky rocketed, and tap water was relegated to the role of being the catalyst for bathing and maybe boiling food. That means that the children who were still going through their developmental phases of life would miss out on drinking fluoridated water. Learn from your dentist in Zionsville how fluoride aids in preventive care and what the consequences of eliminating it are.

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Ask a Dentist in Zionsville About Staying Healthy During Flu Season

January 3, 2018

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A couple with the flu

A couple with the flu

Oh no! Despite your best efforts to avoid it this year, you’ve caught a terrible cold (or worse – the flu) and now you’ve spent several miserable days in bed trying to nurse yourself back to health. Between blowing your nose every five minutes and going through what seems like hundreds of cough drops, the last thing you’re thinking about is your teeth and gums. But you may be surprised to know that having a clean mouth can make you feel better and also help you avoid inadvertently causing cavities you didn’t have before. If you’d like to know about some simple things you could do to maintain a healthy mouth the next time you’re ill, a dentist in Zionsville talks about some great tips and tricks.

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Why Regular Visits to Your Dentist in Zionsville Are Essential

December 15, 2017

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A smiling woman.You’ve got your oral health routine nailed. You know the perfect brushing technique and you floss right before bed like clockwork. You even have a favorite mouthwash you’ve stocked up on. In your mind, you don’t need to visit the dentist this year.

However, did you know that your dentist in Zionsville can perform cleanings and services that no at-home care can match? Additionally, if you want to avoid future dental emergencies, you’ll want to keep reading.

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Eating Disorders – Bad for Your Health & Bad for Your Smile

October 27, 2017

Woman with single pea on her plateMany people who have eating disorders know all about the adverse effects these struggles have on their health. From increased risk for heart disease to malnutrition and hair loss, eating disorders are serious health problems that deserve serious consideration and treatment. If you or someone you know struggles with an eating disorder, get help today to prevent concerns that can adversely affect both oral and overall health for a lifetime. You deserve to live a long, happy, healthy life filled with beautiful smiles, so get the help you need to kick your eating disorder today. Then, talk to your physician about improving overall health and your dentist about repairing your smile.
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