Dr. Edward Chermol
Newtown Square, PA
Newtown Square, PA
3501 West Chester Pike # 102, Newtown Square, PADirections
SpecialtiesDoctors may have more than one area of specialty interest. Board certification in a specialty area means the doctor has completed formal training and has practice experience in that specialty, and has passed the certification examination from the corresponding accredited medical specialty board.
Doctors may have more than one area of specialty interest. Board certification in a specialty area means the doctor has completed formal training and has practice experience in that specialty, and has passed the certification examination from the corresponding accredited medical specialty board.
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A 29-year-old male asked:
The : The answer as to "when" do you need to consider replacing your veneers is a simple formula: number one: be informed. What i mean by this is find out the condition of your veneers, the teeth they are bonded to , and the "gums" [periodontal tissues} that these veenered teeth call home. Your dentist can give you this info. Number two: be informed. Ask your dentist to physically show you how to maintain your mouth. This includes how to clean in between your teeth and how to gently massage your teeth and gums, i.e., don't brush like your polishing a 57 chevy. Seriously , if you brush too hard with a toothbrush your "gums" will recede and the space between the top of your veneer and the "gums" will ruin any case from an aesthetic point of view. If your teeth and "gums" are in good condition, and the game plan for maintaining your dental condition is clear, the next step is easy.......Look in the mirror. If you love what you see ....Great....Now just follow the home care game plan. On the other hand, if your dentist informs you you have "cavities" between your teeth and veneers then you may have to replace them. Also you may get good info on your dental condition but the look in the mirror is not what you want it to be. In this case new veneers may be the answer for you. In conclusion take control of your dental condition. You are your best advocate - ask questions, be informed, it's not only good for your dental health but your all around well being. And remember...Be informed :).
A member asked:
Waiting : Waiting to see a dentist is not going to do your tooth or your peace of mind any good. Just get in to see your dentist and tell him or her your situation. I have had many people in your position, and I have always found a way to work it out, both dentally and financially. Please don't let finances be the reason you don't get yourself checked. This becomes the age-old situation of pay now, or pay (pain) later. I have had far too many people who have waited far too long. That delay in treatment does nothing more than increase the time, money, and effort you will have to spend in the long run. Be good to yourself and go get that tooth fixed!
A 39-year-old male asked:
You : You need to get to a dentist asap! the medications are not the answer to your problem -- a dentist is the answer to your problem. The pain situation could easily get worse, but more importantly that abscess could spread from the confined area in your mouth and move to other parts of your body. You've got a serious problem that demands immediate attention. Take action and get to the dentist.
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TestimonialsRecommendations and Thank you notes are endorsements given from patients or other doctors.
Recommendations and Thank you notes are endorsements given from patients or other doctors.
Nov 30, 2012
I endorse this dentist. I have known Dr. Chermol for more than 15 years. He is great with patients and make them feel very comfortable to come to him for their dental work. He is very proud of his wor...Read More
Nov 30, 2012
I happily endorse dr Chermol for great dental care. He is a wonderful, caring dentist. His office and staff are a pleasure to work with
Nov 30, 2012
Dr. Chermol has referred me several excellent adult and invisalign cases. His patients think very highly of him
Education & Training
Temple University Maurice H. Kornberg School of Dentistry
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