Dentist251 SW Wilshire Blvd. STE 122 Burleson Texas, 76028-4741
Dr. Bill Ricker is a Dentist practicing in Burleson, Texas. Dr. Ricker specializes in preventing, diagnosing, and treating diseases and conditions associated with the mouth and overall dental health. Dentists are trained to carry out such treatment as professional cleaning, restorative, prosthodontic, and endodontic procedures, and performing examinations, among many others.
Education and Training
Baylor College of Dentistry DDS/BSME 1984
Bill Ricker's Expert Contributions
Yes. READ MORE
Forever until treated. READ MORE
TMD is the "proper" term, relating to disease/dysfunction. Answer: you never know. READ MORE
Go see the dentist. READ MORE
Yup, just ask a limey pirate who drank rum to prevent scurvy. The vitamin C in limes helped pirates prevent scurvy, a disease that causes teeth to fall out. Even the Navy gave out grog to their sailors as daily rum rations. READ MORE
Infection. READ MORE
I'd always go to the dentist. READ MORE
Not as long as good "silver alloy" fillings. READ MORE
They always grow until treated. READ MORE
Of course! READ MORE
Defects in the teeth possibly. READ MORE
As many hours as you want. READ MORE
As long as your other teeth, if you keep it at least as clean as them. READ MORE
HUGELY! READ MORE
Toothbrush and floss. READ MORE
See your dentist. READ MORE
Maybe, go back to see the Dr. who took them out. READ MORE
50:50......what you eat and poor hygiene afterwards. READ MORE
Yes.....but should avoid 1st trimester. READ MORE
Of course not. READ MORE
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