About Valle Wilhite Rischer, DDS
Valle Wilhite Rischer, DDS practices in Columbia at Dentistry by Design, Family & Aesthetic Dentistry as a Cosmetic Dentist. Dr. Rischer was invited to join RealSelf in 2013, and has achieved "Participating Member" status. The doctor has 15 years of experience providing cosmetic and aesthetic medical services.
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Migraines…even reading the word can make you shudder, especially for those who have experienced them, either first-hand or by comforting a friend or family member who has. The thing about recurring migraines is that they are so much worse than a normal headache, especially when you throw light sensitivity and nausea into the mix. Although this may come as a surprise to many, relief from those menacing migraines can be found at your dental office…that is, if your dentist is a...
It’s that time of year again…6 months can go by so quickly! Time to catch up with the hygienist and have your pearly whites cleaned, perhaps smile big for the x-ray machine, and even get your scorecard from the dentist to know how your teeth and mouth have fared since your last visit. So much of this seems like second nature, but did you ever think that amongst the casual formalities of visiting the dentist, that you may—or may not be— receiving something that could save your...
Silver fillings, also known as “amalgams” (pronunciation: UH-MAHL-GUMS), are very, very common. It’s understandable…that used to be the way to fix teeth. But, then again, we “used” to write letters to people instead of sending e-mails, we also “used” to wear lots of polyester…too much, in fact…and, we also “used” to…well, you catch the drift… So many advancements have been made in dentistry throughout the years, which is good news, because...
It’s Children’s Dental Health Month, which includes babies, too! The habits formed from an early age can last a lifetime…here are some tidbits to help get your kiddos on the right track: •Before your baby’s first tooth becomes visible in the mouth, wipe the mouth every day with a soft, moist washcloth. •As soon as teeth become visible in the mouth, brush the teeth and gums with a small soft bristle toothbrush that contains a pea-sized amount of non-fluoride toothpaste...
Education / Training
Truman State University
University of Missouri St. Louis
Dental: DDS, University of Missouri Kansas City School of Dentistry