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A Whole Body Approach to Women’s Health Begins in the Mouth

The Medicine Wheel Dental and Wellness Center will be exhibiting at the Body & Sol Women’s Wellness Expo, March 8 and 9, and their booth will include materials for women’s health and well-being, as well as the opportunity to talk with doctors about how you may achieve your health goals.

Medicine Wheel takes a holistic approach to health by viewing the mouth as the door to full-body wellness, just as some consider the eyes to be the window to the soul. They recognize that dentistry is a major key to optimal health and wellness.

Holistic dentistry appreciates that a woman’s health is a whole greater than the sum of its parts and Medicine Wheel addresses each patient’s health accordingly as individuals. Important areas include Eliminating oral diseases and infection; body-jaw and whole body alignment; the use of biocompatible materials; attention to your concerns; and understanding that a woman’s physiology is beautifully unique.

Good health starts in the mouth, beginning with a beautiful smile. A healthy, beautiful mouth is an important start in taking action towards whole body wellness. Medicine Wheel offers patients a complete dental and wellness center tailored to their needs, listens with compassionate hearts and the entire team is dedicated to health and well-being of patients.

Location: 4650 W. Jojoba Dr. For more information, call 520-743-7101 or visit MedicineWheelWellness.com.

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