Are You Interested in Dental Implants?
Dental implants are a great way to replace missing teeth, and are just as effective and long lasting in older age. Dental implants can change a person’s life for the better by restoring their confident smile and giving them improved physical health.
The Top 5 Foods to Eat for Better Oral Health
Proper nutrition and a well-balanced diet are essential to good overall health. They’re also key components of good oral health. While you probably already know that you can limit your intake of sugary foods and drinks to help protect the health of your teeth.
Smile Brightly This Halloween – Learn How Candy Affects Your Teeth
It’s October which means it’s not only a spooky season, but it’s also Halloween candy season. In other words, the stuff that gives dentists nightmares. No, we love Halloween candy, too, but it’s important to understand how candy affects your teeth so that you can enjoy it responsibly without harming your oral health.
Celebrate Office Manager Appreciation Month With Us
September is Office Manager Appreciation Month. At Cardinal Dental, we like to celebrate by showing how much we appreciate our office managers and office staff. Additionally, we like to use the month to remind everyone how invaluable these members of our team are to every aspect of our practice’s success and patient experience.
How to Care for Your Gums: 7 Tips for National Gum Care Month
September is National Gum Care Month. At Cardinal Dental, we use the opportunity to raise awareness about the importance of healthy gums and to educate our patients about the proper way to care for their gums. Consider the following tips to maintain the health of your gum tissue, teeth, and the overall health of your body.
Should You Be Caring for Your Tongue?
Here at Cardinal Dental, we want to help people care for their oral health as best they can. The tongue, with its rough surface, holds roughly half of the bacteria living inside the mouth, so we are providing you with some tips on how to care for your tongue properly.
Am I Flossing Correctly?
Brushing your teeth twice a day is the first and probably the most important step in caring for your oral health. You should, however, also be flossing daily. Flossing helps to remove plaque and bacteria from in between the teeth where your toothbrush can’t reach, and flossing is an integral tool in preventing gum disease, tooth decay, cavities, and even bad breath.
Do I Need Mouthwash?
Brushing twice a day, flossing daily, and visiting the dentist for regular dental cleanings are the most essential things you can do to protect your oral health. There is, however, also mouthwash available for use, and most households have a bottle in the medicine cabinet or under the sink. But do you know when or why you might actually need to use mouthwash?
How to Calm Anxiety Before Visiting the Dentist
For many, the fear and anxiety are enough to keep them from visiting the dentist regularly for preventative care and treatments. As a result, their oral and general health suffers.
Top 3 Tips to Get a Brighter Smile During National Smiles Month
May 16th through June 16th is officially National Smiles Month 2022. At Cardinal Dental, we’re celebrating by helping our patients feel proud and happy to show off their smiles. One simple way to create a more beautiful smile that makes you happy to grin is by whitening and brightening your teeth.