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5 Ways To Prevent A Cracked Tooth in Elgin

Cracked teeth can be painful, unattractive, and expensive to repair. Today’s post in the David A. Rice, DDS dental blog contains an easy-to-follow list of tips to keep your teeth whole and strong. 1. Avoiding a cracked tooth means avoiding chewing on hard things. Mind-blowing, right? People should steer clear of ice, hard candies, hard

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Attack Of The Gummi Bear

Here at the Elgin dental blog, we never like to be the bearers of bad news, but we are devoted to our patients’ oral health. So, today we offer an essential warning about a lesser-known danger of sticky candy. Most Bartlett IL, South Elgin, and Wayne residents probably know that sugar is not your teeth’s

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Oral Rinses: An Extra Measure Of Tooth Protection For Kids

Hello, I’m David Rice of David A. Rice, D.D.S.. Wayne parents usually know the basics on children’s oral health: limit sugar, make sure they brush and floss regularly, take them to the dentist for twice-yearly exams and cleanings, discourage between-meal snacking, see that they get enough calcium and Vitamin D, etc. Many Illinois parents also give their kids fluoride supplements if their municipal water supply has an inadequate level of fluoride.

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Eruption Charts: Not As Scary As They Sound

An eruption chart is simply a listing of the different types of teeth in the mouth and when, on average, they come out, or ‘erupt,’ from the gums. A primary teeth eruption chart will also tell you when to expect the different teeth to be lost.

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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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