at 7935 S Cottage Grove Ave, Chicago, 60619 United States
Cosmetic Dental Office
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As we get older, our dental needs become increasingly specialized, making regular dentist visits even more vital. Many individuals began to take medications that can adversely interact with dental anesthesia or may cause changes to the oral tissues. Keep our Dr. Rutland informed of any changes or updates to your medical history to prevent potentially harmful drug interactions. Some medications can even cause dry mouth, a decrease of saliva. Saliva plays a major role in preventing tooth decay by rinsing away food particles and neutralizing harmful acids. Call to schedule an appointment and learn more.
My annual toy drive that is sponsor by my office will begin collecting Toys for Tots. Please drop off your 'unopened' toys at my office 7939 South Cottage Grove, Chicago Illinois. All toys collected will given to families in need, via Trinity United Church Of Christ.
Our schedules are booking up for all of those end of the year needs, so Please call us now for your re-care appointment, or needed treatment. We don't want to have to skip you until next year. Your flexible spending accounts, FSA/ HSA'S are set up so if you don't use them, you do loose them.Please don't let that happen, those benefits belong to you! See you soon!
Dental Implants are the only real tooth replacement we have today. With this technology we have the ability to replace 1 tooth or many teeth. I can really improve the persons quality of life with the one treatment option. I have treated many patients over the years and the one thing that they all have shared with me is this.. Because of missing teeth they had difficulty eating; they were embarrassed by the loss of teeth; they lost their confidence. Implants have allowed us to give back their life and their confidence. Its amazing It is like growing back your own teeth.
Happy World Oral Health Day!
Did you know that you are supposed to replace your toothbrush after a cold, flu, mouth infection or a sore throat? #dentist #dentistry #dentalhygienist
Question: Why do our teeth chatter when they're cold? Answer: Chattering teeth and a shivering body is from our muscles rapidly contracting and relaxing trying to produce heat to warm us. The chattering sound is just our teeth touching each other. As soon as our body heats up our teeth stop chattering.
Happy Valentines Day from Dr. Rutland and staff!