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Dazzling Smiles In Dayton, TX

Cardinal Dental  Group Provides Excellent Quality Porcelain Veneers When it comes to cosmetic dentistry, many people may assume they need to seek treatment in the nearest big city, but Cardinal Dental provides excellent quality advanced cosmetic dentistry in Dayton,...

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Are You a Candidate for Cosmetic Dentistry?

Take this Quiz and Get One Step Closer to Your Dream Smile. If you want to create a positive change to your smile and teeth, cosmetic dentistry can help you. Even the smallest steps could have tremendous results. Cosmetic dentistry could help boost your self-esteem,...

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Straighten Your Teeth In 3-6 Months

There’s a new way to straighten your teeth in Dayton, Texas, and it doesn’t require wires, brackets or pain commonly associated with traditional orthodontics. Cardinal Dental Group is proud to offer MTM® Clear•Aligner -a revolutionary answer to traditional braces....

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Holiday Recipes

'Tis the season for holiday recipes. Many of us have our favorites that we make year after year. Some of us branch out and try new things. All of us enjoy eating these and enjoying them with family and friends. Click the links below to see some of our favorite holiday...

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Be Thankful for Your Teeth!

The end of the year is quickly approaching, which means it’s time to use any remaining dental benefits you have. At the end of each year your dental benefits expire and you start over in January. Have you been holding off on that filling that you need or putting off...

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October is National Dental Hygiene Month

At Cardinal Dental Group, we are committed to providing you with the best oral health care possible. In recognition of National Dental Hygiene Month in October, we are pleased to bring you at-home tips you can follow as well as some tidbits of dental hygiene history...

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Prevention is Key to Long-term Dental Health

Creating good dental habits can lead to better long term dental health. It’s important to develop a good at-home care routine first. We recommend brushing twice a day (2 minutes each time) and flossing once a day. Equally as important are your professional dental...

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Periodontal Diseases and Treatment

Most adults have some degree of periodontal (gum) disease and may not even know it. There are different stages of gum disease that range from simple gum inflammations to serious conditions that may result in soft- tissue and bone damage. The disease normally occurs...

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