TMJ

A New Reason To Eat More Fish In St Charles IL

Hello St Charles IL dental blog visitors, welcome to the David A. Rice, D.D.S. blog. I am Dr. David Rice. I came across an interesting dental article on the Web MD Health News site the other day. The article is entitled ‘Fatty Fish, Nuts May Prevent Gum Disease.’ Author Jennifer Warner explains that a recent

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West Dundee Cosmetic Dentistry

Elgin cosmetic dentistry not only perfects your smile, It improves the health of your teeth. It makes your face more attractive. It can help with TMJ issues, and it definitely boosts your self-esteem! What’s more, West Dundee cosmetic dentistry is surprisingly quick and virtually pain-free. Why? Because of advanced dental technology and new oral sedation

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Treating Bite Problems in Elgin

Malocclusions (bite problems) include overbites, underbites and crossbites. Jaw alignment disorders restrict proper chewing, talking, and swallowing. They can also cause teeth to shift around in the mouth. Elgin dentistry patients with bite problems are at a greater risk for tooth decay and periodontal disease because bite misalignment often makes it difficult to maintain proper

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Aching Jaw In South Elgin?

Hi. I’m Dr. David Rice, and today in this South Elgin dentist blog, I want to look at some of the conditions that may result in jaw pain. Jaw pain may be caused by sinusitis. Sinusitis is the inflammation of the tissues that line your sinuses, and when these tissues are inflamed, the sinuses exert

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Bright and Healthy Smiles

It doesn’t take a great deal of research to understand that bright and healthy smiles are more attractive. Everybody in Elgin likes to see a great smile, and having a great smile is not only healthy for your mouth, but healthy for your self esteem, too. I’m Dr. David Rice, DDS, and I am a dentist

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