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Save Money by Maximizing Dental Insurance Benefits Before They Expire

November 27, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — rdgallen @ 2:49 pm

santa holding out moneyAmericans with private dental insurance lose millions of collective dollars of unused benefits on January 1st each year, and they’re often not even aware of it. The average dental plan restarts at the start of every year, which means that any additional benefits that haven’t been used to improve your oral health will fall back into the pockets of your insurance provider. The best way to save money while remaining healthy is to maximize your benefits by visiting your dentist and learning how your plan works. Read on to learn about coverage, maximums, and deductibles, and how to get the most out of them. (more…)

Debunking 5 Common Myths About Root Canals

October 5, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — rdgallen @ 9:26 pm

root canal

If you were recently told that you need a root canal, odds are you went home and began Googling this often-misunderstood dental procedure. There is a lot of misinformation about root canals floating around out there, and it can be hard to determine what you should believe. That’s why we’re here to bust 5 common myths about root canals.


Should I Experience Any Dental Pain After I’ve Been Sedated?

September 11, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — rdgallen @ 3:38 am

young woman asleep receiving dental careFor millions of Americans, a trip to the dentist can cause angst. This unpleasant feeling prevents many from receiving the vital dental care they need. Sedation dentistry provides the perfect solution for such situations by helping patients to calm their nerves. What should be expected from this type of dentistry, though? Should there be any pain? A local dentist weighs in to provide answers so that you’ll know what sedation dentistry has in store for you. With the right facts, you can move forward with receiving dental care with supreme confidence!


Visit Your Cosmetic Dentist Before You Make These Teeth Whitening Mistakes

August 22, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — rdgallen @ 2:57 pm

person smilingYou know that having a brighter smile will do wonders for your self-confidence. After years of wanting to hide your teeth because you were embarrassed by the fact that they are stained and discolored, you’re ready to turn over a new leaf and get invest in teeth whitening. On your quest for beautiful pearly whites, be sure not to make choices that could harm your oral health. Here are some mistakes you won’t want to make. (more…)

5 Things You Need to Know Before Getting Dental Implants

June 25, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — Ryan Dental Group @ 8:31 pm

x-ray of dental implant

After a long day of hanging out with some friends, one of them opens their camera app. You’re not a big fan of pictures, but you figure that if you close your lips enough, it will hide the gap in your smile. However, when you see the picture, you just look awkward, and you can still tell that you’re missing a tooth. You’re tired of not being comfortable with the way you look. Dental implants might be an option for you to replace your missing teeth. Keep reading to learn 5 things you should know before getting dental implants.


Nature’s Teeth Whitening: Some Good Foods for Whiter Teeth

May 21, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — rdgallen @ 4:44 pm

Smiling woman with orangeWhether you’re going on a job interview or a date, a bright, white smile is key for a good first impression. Unfortunately, a lifetime of drinking coffee and soda can leave your teeth looking a bit duller than you’d like. Of course, you could always go to your dentist for a professional teeth whitening, but there’s a natural solution as well. Some foods can even enhance your smile over time! If that’s your goal, here are just a few things you may want to make sure you pick up at the grocery store this week.


Your Dentist in Allen Says Protecting Your Gum Health is a Must!

April 15, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — rdgallen @ 10:37 pm

woman frowning red spot on gumsWhen it comes to maintaining your dental wellness, the condition of your gums is of the utmost importance. It’s relationship to the health of your teeth is of the same significance as soil is to the vitality of a plant. Your dentist in Allen says the health of your gums can also impact your overall wellness. Find out how as you continue reading.


How Does Root Canal Therapy Treat a Severe Cavity and Save Your Tooth?

March 21, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — rdgallen @ 10:02 pm

Model of a tooth with an infected pulpAnyone who’s ever had a terrible toothache knows it’s not an experience they want to repeat anytime soon. On top of the short-term pain and discomfort, there’s a long-term consequence as well – the potential for losing a tooth. In some cases, teeth can be saved with simple fillings or dental crowns. But when a cavity becomes larger and leads to an infection and severe toothache, root canal therapy is often the only way to prevent the need for an extraction. Keep reading to find out how cavities develop and how root canals get you out pain and maintain your long-term oral health at the same time!


Living with Missing Teeth? Your Dentist in Allen Has Solutions

February 7, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — rdgallen @ 5:04 am

older woman smiling holding appleWhen any number of teeth are missing, it places you at a great disadvantage. Along with the aesthetics of your smile and self-esteem being compromised, it also becomes harder to do simple things like chew food and speak coherently. Thankfully, with dental implants and dentures, your dentist in Allen can replace your teeth and restore the quality of life you’ve been missing. Read on to learn how the two methods can be combined to deliver the absolute best results!


Tips from a Dentist on How to Enjoy Healthy Gums

January 5, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — rdgallen @ 12:24 am

girl suffering from toothacheWant to enjoy healthy teeth and gums? It’s important to brush 2-3 times daily, floss at least once per day, limit your sugar intake, and see your dentist for checkups and cleanings. You should also avoid tobacco and illicit drugs and drink alcohol only in moderation (if at all). Following these steps will keep your smile looking its best both now and over the years to come.


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