150 Avenue A S.E. Winter Havenn

Opening Hours

Mon, Tues & Thurs:

8:00 AM – 4:30 PM

Wed & Fri: 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Sat & Sun: Closed

The office will also be closed on some Wednesdays and Fridays throughout the year

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(863) 294-9200 / 863-294-1916

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Opening Hours

<p style='font-weight: bold'>Mon, Tues & Thurs:</p><p>8:00 AM – 4:30 PM</p><p><b>Wed & Fri:</b> 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM</p><p><b>Sat & Sun:</b> Closed</p><p>The office will also be closed on some Wednesdays and Fridays throughout the year</p>

Book Appointment

Your perfect smile is a call away!

Is a Dental Appointment Safe During Coronavirus?

How Often Should You Brush Your Teeth?

October is National Dental Hygiene Month, and today Boyett Family Dentistry is here to provide information on one of the best ways to prevent the development of tooth decay and gum disease: brushing your teeth. Brushing your teeth removes food particles and plaque from your mouth and stops plaque from breaking down tooth enamel and […]

The Effects of Tobacco on Oral Health

In honor of National Dental Hygiene Month in October, let’s talk about an issue that affects the oral health of nearly 40 million adults and 4.7 million middle and high school students in the United States: smoking and tobacco use. Smoking or using other products with tobacco in them is one of the most damaging […]

How Diet Affects Oral Health

Diet affects the state of your overall health – and that includes your oral health. According to the American Dental Association (ADA), your oral health is one of the first areas that is affected by a poor diet. Let’s take a closer look at how your diet is linked to teeth and gum health.   […]

The Importance of an Athletic Mouthguard

According to the National Youth Sports Safety Foundation (NYSSF), dental injuries are the most common type of facial injury sustained during sports. In order to lower the risk of oral injuries caused by direct trauma to the face, all athletes need to wear a mouthguard during sports practices and games. This time of year, young […]

The History of the Tooth Fairy

Like America’s other two famous folklore figures – Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny – the tooth fairy slips in and out of houses in the middle of the night to deliver gifts or money to sleeping children. In exchange for this small gift, the tooth fairy takes a baby tooth, left under each child’s […]

Common Tongue Problems

We roll it, wiggle it, and wag it – without it, we can’t speak, chew, swallow, taste, whistle, lick, slurp, and laugh. Your tongue is a mobile, dexterous group of muscles that affects every movement in and out of your mouth. Its surface is covered with small, fleshy protuberances called papilla, which contain most of […]

Cracked Tooth Syndrome (CTS)

In 1964, a new dental condition was termed: cracked tooth syndrome (CTS). Cracked tooth syndrome is diagnosed when a tooth has a hairline or incomplete fracture of the tooth dentin, pulp, and/or root. These hairline cracks are frustrating to dentists; CTS is difficult to detect and diagnose, because the fracture is often too small to […]

Dental Hardware Care

When it comes to caring for dental hardware – such as braces, dentures, a retainer, or mouthguard – you should treat your equipment as if it’s a second pair of teeth. Like teeth, dental devices in your mouth are viable surface areas to collect food debris, plaque, and acids. When these unhealthy substances adhere to […]