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The Best Tips for Making Oral Hygiene Fun for Kids

Why Does My Breath Smell Bad?

We’ve all done it: huffed a quick breath into a cupped hand and sniffed in deeply to answer the age-old question…..does my breath smell bad? Everyone experiences bad breath (halitosis) at some point. Strong foods, coffee and a dry mouth overnight can cause an unpleasant odor or nasty taste in the mouth. But if your […]

Best Tips for Healthy Gums

Gum health is just as important as tooth health. In fact, healthy gums are good for your overall health – scientists have connected severe gum disease with chronic conditions like diabetes, stroke and heart disease.   Gum disease is highly preventable by practicing good oral hygiene and eating a healthy diet. Keep reading to learn […]

What Is a Dental Emergency?

  A dental emergency can happen at any time. Most dentists prepare for the unexpected by scheduling time into their day to handle emergency situations. In the case of many dental emergencies, swift action can prevent you from losing teeth or sustaining permanent damage.   Keep reading to learn more about what an emergency situation […]

What Causes Gum Bleeding?

You’re brushing your teeth when you notice pink flecks in the foam when you spit out the toothpaste. Or perhaps you’re eating when you taste the metallic tang of blood in your mouth. Experiencing gum bleeding can feel scary if you don’t know what’s causing it. But before you panic, know that gum tissues bleed […]

How Saliva Protects Your Oral Health

Every day, your body produces a constant flow of saliva that helps you chew, swallow, and speak without difficulty. Saliva also enhances the taste of all the delicious foods you enjoy. Saliva – or spit – is a bodily fluid that is 99% water and 1% electrolytes and proteins. While you produce a small and […]

The 4 Types of Permanent Teeth

It’s quiz time at Boyett Family Dentistry: Do you know the 4 different types of teeth in the human mouth? Your teeth are one of the strongest materials in your body, and they are necessary for you to eat, speak, and smile. You’ll have 2 sets of teeth over your lifetime: 1 set of baby […]