Chardon Smile Center Blog

How Long Do the Results of Cosmetic Dental Treatments Last?

December 13, 2023

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Cosmetic dentistry has allowed millions of patients to transform their smiles into more beautiful states. This gives many of them the confidence they need to smile generously at friends, strangers, and coworkers, but some treatments have more lasting results than others. Here are a few common cosmetic dental treatments and how long you can expect their benefits to last.

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A Hollywood Smile Isn’t That Far Away: What Cosmetic Dentistry Can Do for You

October 13, 2023

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Shiny smile

Many people go to the movies and wonder how Hollywood elites always seem to have perfect teeth. The truth is, they weren’t all born that way. Cosmetic dental procedures have given many famous personalities stunning smiles that shine on the screen and on the red carpet. The good news is that these dental services are not restricted to movie stars and cable news anchors. Here are a few cosmetic dental treatments your local dentist can provide to give you the smile you’ve always dreamed of.

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4 Things That Can Cause Irritated Gums

August 4, 2023

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Gum health is a crucial aspect of overall oral well-being, and any discomfort or irritation in your gums can be a cause for concern. Understanding the potential causes behind irritated gums is essential for addressing the issue promptly and maintaining a healthy smile. Continue reading to learn about four common reasons why your gums might be irritated and how to mitigate discomfort as well as to promote optimal gum health.

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Dominate Your Next Dental Exam This Back-to-School Season!

July 13, 2023

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A healthy smile is one of the most important social assets at your disposal heading into a new school year. might be worried about how it will turn out. Since the back-to-school season is a time for new beginnings, why not start off the new school year with a renewed focus on dental hygiene? Read on to find some great tips for passing the exam and getting a fresh, white smile in the process.

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How to Prevent Dental Emergencies Over Summer Vacation

April 27, 2023

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With summer’s arrival, you’re probably eager to start your vacation. A nice break from work and toil is likely just what your family needs! Still, you’ll want to ensure a dental emergency doesn’t ruin this fun. Urgent dental care is the last thing your trip needs. Thankfully, your Chardon dentist is here with some helpful tips for you. Read on, then, to learn ways to prevent dental emergencies on summer vacation.

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For a Healthier Smile, Avoid These 4 Easter Candies

March 29, 2023

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Easter is a fantastic holiday for those who observe it. Among other things, the day lets you paint eggs, sing beautiful hymns, and celebrate the spring season. Many especially enjoy the candies the “Easter Bunny” provides on this particular Sunday. That said, it’s best to limit those sweets that aren’t safe for your smile. Thankfully, your local dentist can tell you more about them. To that end, here’s a summary of four candies you should avoid so Easter and oral hygiene don’t conflict.

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Will Biting My Cheek Negatively Affect My Oral Health?

February 11, 2023

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Person holding their cheek in pain

Lots of people have bad habits that they’d love to break, some more serious than others. Some people often find themselves biting their cheek involuntarily, and worry that it could lead to some negative effects on their oral health down the line.

Biting your cheek accidentally can be annoying for sure, but is it actually bad for you? If you’re curious, here’s what you ought to know.

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Top 4 Health Conditions Caused by an Unhealthy Smile

January 6, 2023

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A consistent and proper oral hygiene routine is essential to maintain the health of your pearly whites and gums. Not only does brushing and flossing keep your smile beautiful, but it also keeps it safe from tooth decay and gum disease. But did you know that the state of your dental health can impact your overall health? Since your mouth is the gateway to your entire body, it is susceptible to being affected by any oral health issues. With that in mind, here are four common and serious health problems caused by poor oral health.

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How Depression Impacts Your Oral Health

December 7, 2022

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person speaking to dentist about how depression affects oral health

Being depressed can affect many aspects of your life. People suffering from depression may find it difficult to adequately take care of themselves, go to work or school, and enjoy spending time with loved ones. Though the way that depression affects your mood is often discussed, there are also ways that it can harm your smile. Continue reading to learn how this common mental health concern can affect your oral health as well as ways to fight back against depression.

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What is the Lifespan of a Dental Crown?

November 10, 2022

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A 3D illustration of a dental crown in Chardon

If you’ve just received a dental crown, you likely feel pretty happy with it. After all, the prosthetic will restore your tooth and make it look nicer! Still, keep in mind that its lifespan isn’t infinite. Over time, various forces will wear it down until it needs replacement. Given this fact, you’ll want to ensure your crown lasts as long as possible. Fortunately enough, your local dental practice can help you do so. Here’s a summary of how to manage dental crown lifespan from a Chardon dentist.

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