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Your Dentist in Allen Shuts Down Tooth Decay with Root Canals

January 6, 2018

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woman holding face from tooth painOne of the highlights of your week is to watch the Allen Eagles take to the gridiron to sack their next opponent. While there, you enjoy chumping down on a heaping pile of nachos with piping hot cheese drizzled all over them. But at the last game you attended, you couldn’t partake in your favorite delight because you had been suffering from severe tooth pain all day. And since then, it’s only gotten worse, which is why you desperately need some relief. Your dentist in Allen says this sounds like the symptoms of advanced tooth decay and that you may need a root canal treatment. Learn more about this process and how it can help you.


Your Dentist in Allen Shows How to Plan for Wisdom Teeth Removal

December 9, 2017

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A woman feels pain in her back teeth.It’s the beginning of another typical school day. You just finished cooking breakfast and packing your teenager’s lunch when you hear him moan in pain. He walks into the kitchen holding his jaw. “My mouth is killing me” he says.

If your child is reaching towards their late-teens, they may need wisdom teeth removal from their dentist in Allen. To reduce any anxiety and understand the removal process, take a moment and read advice from your dental professional.


Allen Dentist Uses Extractions to Save the Rest of Your Smile

November 8, 2017

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woman dental pain uncomfortableYour dentist’s main goal is to save your teeth. The last thing your dental team wants to do is pull your teeth out. If you think that your dentist in Allen doesn’t care about your comfort and just wants to remove your teeth, this post is for you. Tooth extractions are the last option and here’s why.


Thinking About Dentures? Your Dentist Suggests Another Option

October 17, 2017

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smiling older coupleMissing teeth can cause all sorts of problems. Not only are gaps in a smile unattractive, but they can also affect your health and the way you interact with others. You could have difficulty enjoying nutritious foods, you may not be able to speak as clearly as you would like, and you become more likely to develop gum disease. Dentures are a common solution for missing teeth, but they come with their own set of issues. Your dentist in Allen is here to explain why implants are the better option for many people.


Reasons for Dental Implant Failure (And How to Prevent It)

September 29, 2017

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dental implant illustrationIf there is any evidence of a “sure thing” in tooth replacement, dental implants have to be it. They have a remarkably high survival rate of >98%, according to the American Association of Endodontists. And dental implants also offer a wealth of benefits, not the least of which is a healthy, confident smile.


Your Dentist in Allen Explains How Gum Disease Develops

August 15, 2017

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gum disease illustrationIt’s all too easy to take your gums for granted, but that pink tissue that holds your teeth in place is vital to your oral health — and even to your overall health. Gum disease is a serious condition that can put a damper on all aspects of your life. Your dentist in Allen explains how it develops and why you should never ignore its symptoms.


Dentist in Allen Performs Tooth Extractions

July 14, 2017

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See your dentist in Allen when you need to have a tooth extracted. Thanks to advances in dental technology and equipment, having a tooth extracted is a relatively safe and uncomplicated procedure. Of course, you still want to make sure you are seeing a dentist in Allen with the skill and experience to make your extraction as easy as possible on you. Drs. Michael and Laura Ryan can provide you with anxiety-free treatment during tooth extraction, regardless of why you need to have a tooth removed.


Implant Dentures from the Dentist in Allen for Secure Smiles

June 21, 2017

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The dentist in Allen provides implant dentures. Just ask anyone who has ever had to deal with a loose or ill-fitting denture and they will tell you — it’s the worst. The stress that your teeth will slip around when you’re enjoying a laugh with friends, or the discomfort of trying to eat a meal with teeth that just don’t fit the way they should… it can be difficult to live with a traditional denture. Fortunately, your dentist in Allen offers a wonderful solution with implant dentistry. By surgically placing a sturdy foundation of dental implants, we can help you enjoy a stable smile for a lifetime to come.


Your Dentist in Allen Offers Three Types of Sedation Dentistry

May 9, 2017

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See the dentist in Allen for sedation dentistry. We’d like to ask you a sensitive question—when was the last time you saw the dentist? Because the American Dental Association recommends biannual dental checkups and cleanings, the correct answer to that question is sometime in the last six months. However, there are many people who are simply too afraid to see the dentist. Estimates are that more than 30 percent of adults fall into this category. If you happen to be one of these people, we’d like to make a suggestion—see your dentist in Allen just to talk about sedation dentistry. Dr. Michael Ryan and Dr. Laura Ryan offer three types of sedation. The one that’s right for you will depend on your level of anxiety and what kind of dental procedure you need.


Your Dentist in Allen Brings Nearly Dead Teeth Back to Life!

March 30, 2017

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Did you know tooth extraction is the last option your dentist in Allen considers for your dental health?You’ve been experiencing some tooth pain for the past few months, but you never thought it was any reason to call the dentist. Even when the pain started to get severe, you just rubbed some numbing gel on it and called it a day. But, now you’re starting to notice gray and black discoloration within the crevices of your tooth. Avoiding the dentist for tooth pain is never a good choice for your dental health, but once you start seeing physical signs of tooth decay your oral health could really be in jeopardy. What options do you have once you’ve realized you have a dying tooth? Your dentist in Allen at St. Ryan Dental Group can help you to explore the best options to get your dental health back on track.


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