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Missing Teeth In Bartlett? Dentures And Implants Restore Smiles

Another alternative for Bartlett people with missing teeth is to receive dental implants. A dental implant is a permanent tooth restoration that is anchored into the jawbone, actually replacing both the root and crown of the tooth. Dental implants have many advantages, such as preventing jaw bone recession which can occur when natural teeth are removed.

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Healthy Teeth in Elgin

Are you one of the fortunate St Charles IL people with healthy teeth? Would you like to keep them healthy for the rest of your life? Many Elgin dental clients believe that keeping their teeth healthy into the golden years is unlikely if not impossible. At David A. Rice, D.D.S., we are happy to assure

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Are Dental Implants Worth It For Elgin?

A dental implant is a permanent tooth replacement that looks, feels and works like a natural tooth. The actual dental implant material is usually titanium. A post is surgically inserted into the jaw bone to replace the root of the missing tooth. The post integrates with the bone to provide a stable foundation. The root

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Full Mouth Reconstruction in South Elgin

Cosmetic and restorative dentistry techniques and materials have advanced to a point where total and near-total mouth reconstruction is possible right here in the South Elgin area. Unlike conventional removable dentures, extensive mouth reconstruction involves strong, functional and aesthetically pleasing teeth with roots permanently anchored into the jaw bone. You have probably heard around South

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Tooth Restoration in Elgin

At David Rice DDS in Elgin, we use a variety of techniques to restore damaged teeth. Most Elgin cosmetic dental clients are familiar with fillings. Traditional fillings are also called ‘direct restorations’ because they are applied to the tooth, shaped and polished in one visit. Another type of filling is called an ‘indirect restorations’ and

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