Transform Your Smile with Dental Implants at David A. Rice, DDS

Losing a tooth can significantly impact not only our ability to chew but also our confidence and self-esteem. Fortunately, dental technology has made remarkable strides in restorative dentistry, offering a revolutionary solution: dental implants. At David A. Rice, DDS, we understand the importance of a complete and radiant smile, and our team of experts is

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Replace A Missing Tooth With A Durable Dental Implant

Implants? Crowns? Veneers? Invisible braces? As dental technology and services have expanded in the Elgin area, so has the vocabulary. Dentistry has advanced to provide many new solutions that address almost every possible dental problem. Dr. David Rice, considered one of the best dentists in Illinois, has skill with cosmetic and best restorative services. In

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Are You At Risk For Bone Recession?

Beautiful smiles require healthy teeth, healthy gums, and healthy bone. Occasionally, a patient experiences bone recession in their jaw which can cause tooth loss and other problems. However, it is frequently the other way around. The bone loss occurs as a result of a lost tooth because the blood supply and stimulus necessary for maintaining

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It Doesn’t Take A Lot Of Time To Beautify Your Smile, Elgin

Are you a busy Elgin resident who can’t find the time to improve your smile? The truth is, it may not take as long as you think. My name is David Rice and my staff and I at David A. Rice, DDS can help restore missing, cracked, or discolored teeth – sometimes in just one

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If Your Gums Are Swollen and Sore, Call David Rice DDS in Elgin

If you are a worried Elgin resident experiencing inflamed gums or an aching tooth, you’re are not alone.

About one third of U.S. adults are affected by tooth decay, according to the CDC, and gum disease plagues one in seven people age 35 to 40. Don’t ignore these symptoms; call David Rice DDS today at 855-219-8706 for immediate treatment.

At David Rice DDS, we take gum disease, sometimes called gingivitis, seriously because left untreated it can lead to loss of bone and tissue that support the teeth.

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The Health And Beauty Consequences Of Missing Teeth

Hello. I am Dr. David Rice. Thanks for visiting my blog. Today’s post focuses on missing teeth and bone health. Our teeth have many important functions. We need them to chew our food, talk, and smile. But have you ever considered their role in holding up your face? When we lose teeth, the bone around

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It’s Not About Vanity, Illinois

Since 1986, David A. Rice, DDS has been providing confidence and dignity to our amazing St Charles IL and Elgin patients through cosmetic dentistry and dental implants.

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Eating Got You Down, Elgin?

Elgin men and women with missing teeth know that chewing can be difficult and painful. If you are looking at the cost of dental implants in Elgin and feel uncertain whether this is the step you ought to take, come see Dr. Rice at David A. Rice, D.D.S. to learn all about tooth implants. Dental implants are usually the best permanent tooth replacement for Elgin people whose missing teeth make it hard to chew and eat.

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Brush Up On Your Cavity Basics, St Charles IL

Residents of Bartlett IL and Elgin use the word ‘cavity’ often when discussing oral health practices. Along with teeth whitening and other cosmetic dentistry procedures, cavities are a hot topic.

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Should Elgin Teens Whiten Their Teeth?

Getting a smile just like their favorite singer or movie star might be high on your teen’s priority list. However, you may want to talk with your Bartlett, St. Charles, or Elgin dentist before buying an at-home tooth whitening product.

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Memberships & Associations

Dr. David Rice, DDS, KOIS Center Clinical Instructor membership page The American Academy of Restorative Dentistry membership logo for Dr. Rice, DDS Elgin dentist Dr. David Rice is a member of the American Dental Association Illinois State Dental Society membership badge for Dr. David Rice, DDS


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