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About Renwick Family Dental Care

Family Dentist in Plainfield, IL

Proper dental care is an essential part of your healthy lifestyle. Renwick Family Dental offers state-of-the-art dental care in a warm, friendly and welcoming environment. Dr. Marcos Y. Que, D.D.S and his team are committed to providing an exceptional patient experience.

We welcome new patients

When you choose Renwick Family Dental as your dental practice, you can expect outstanding service, affordable pricing and personalized care. We’ve been serving Plainfield families since 1995.

Achieve your best smile

You deserve a healthy, vibrant smile. From general dentistry to some of the most advanced dental care available today, Dr. Que and his team have the experience and in-depth knowledge to help you achieve the smile you’ve always wanted.

We are currently accepting new patients and we accept most insurance plans.

What Our Patients Are Saying

Family Dentist in Plainfield, IL

All of the staff from receptionists to the dentists are extremely friendly and go out of their way to make your experience as comfortable as possible. I feel like I get educated in a respectful manner as to what I am doing well and what I need to improve on with my oral hygiene. I trust the staff at Renwick Family Dental Care. - Mindy C.

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Family Dentist in Plainfield, IL

Plainfield IL Dentist | One Simple Treatment Can Save Your Child’s Smile

August 19, 2019

Our dentist might suggest dental sealants for your child during a visit to our office. Sealants are a way to protect your teeth against decay. With any dental treatment, it helps to understand the procedure and how it can impact your child’s oral health. 

Why Get Sealants? 

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Plainfield IL Dentist | Tobacco & Your Teeth: The Risks of Chewing and Smoking

August 6, 2019

Chewing and smoking tobacco are known to cause severe health problems, particularly in the lungs. But the risks to your mouth and teeth can be just as extensive and alarming. If you use tobacco, stop. Here’s what tobacco can do to your oral health. 

Chewing Tobacco 

According to the Academy of General Dentistry (AGD),

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