About Ryan Doyle

Dr. Doyle grew up in on a farm in Lewiston, ID. His dad was an ear, nose and throat surgeon and his mom was the technology coordinator for the school district with a life long love for horses.

After college he spent 6 years teaching skiing at at Brundage Mountain here in Idaho and in Colorado at Steamboat. During this time he earned his Level 3 Alpine and Level 2 Telemark certification and began training as Division Clinic Leader. He has worked as a river guide on the Salmon and Snake rivers, waited tables, practiced Ashtanga yoga, and worked as a handy man for a real estate company.

He went to the University of Washington School of Dentistry where he pursued an interest in dental implants and worked in the Dental Fears Research Clinic. During his senior year he was elected class president and was honored by speaking during the graduation ceremony. After dental school he moved to Boise and was selected for the inaugural class of the Advanced Education in General Dentistry (AEGD) residency program through Idaho State University. This program taught him complex, comprehensive dentistry and helped develop his talent for esthetic dentistry.

Through the years he has served as President of the Southwest Idaho Dental Society, board member of the Miles of Smiles Children's Free Dental Clinic and the Idaho Dental Foundation, Affiliate Faculty at the ISU AEGD dental residency program, and served on the Peer Review Committee for the Idaho State Dental Association. He also taught 8 and 9 year old boys recreational soccer, volunteered in events for local non-profits such as Boise Bicycle Project and Camp Rainbow Gold, and volunteered in the Genesis Community Health free dental clinic. 

His beautiful wife Kendra grew up in Boise and is the Executive Director of a local non-profit. He has two boys Finnegan and Callen, and a weimaraner Kasper. You can find then skiing at Bogus and Brundage, floating the rivers, hiking and biking the trails, and enjoying all that Boise and Idaho have to offer.

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