You Have Nothing To Lose Except Loose Dentures

implant dentures Elgin

Today’s dental technology has solved the problem of annoying loose-fitting dentures with a phenomenal tooth replacement option.

Instead of relying on your tongue, weak suction, and dental adhesive to keep false teeth in place, dental implant posts make sure your full or partial dentures stay put. This makes it easier for you to do things like eat an apple, chew a thick sandwich, or laugh confidently.

If you are missing a single tooth, many teeth, or all of your teeth, we invite you to learn more about innovative implant-anchored dentures.

Dental implants anchor either removable or fixed dentures. Due to the way each tooth space is accurately fitted with a beautiful restoration, implants commonly fit better than traditional dentures. Dentures anchored with implant posts are comfortable, functional, and attractive.

Call Dr. David Rice at David A. Rice, DDS ( 847-741-2353) for an appointment to talk about industry-leading implant-anchored dentures. We focus our efforts on complete patient satisfaction. Each member of our comfortable team is dedicated to providing each patient with personal attention and the highest standard of care. Our patients enjoy our relaxed atmosphere while benefitting from our state-of-the art technology and extensive experience.

Whether you are interested in sedation dentistry, dentures or porcelain veneers, call 847-741-2353 to schedule an appointment. We are located at 1972 Larkin Ave Ste 1 in Elgin.

Contact David A. Rice, DDS: 847-741-2353

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1972 Larkin Ave Ste 1
Elgin, Illinois

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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