Outlining the Basics of Teenage Dentistry

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                                                   Peer pressure can play a key role in shaping your oral health as a teenager. This is because we’re often influenced by our social settings and willing to take risks that otherwise would be dangerous to your health simply to please those around us. This can prove costly for your teeth, which are… Read more »

Mistakes You Don’t Want to Make When Brushing Your Teeth

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At Dayley Family Dental, we tell our patients to eat a balanced diet, maintain strong daily oral hygiene habits, and keep all bi-annual dental checkups in Boise, Idaho to keep your smile healthy for a lifetime of smiles. Since brushing your teeth is a basic oral hygiene essential, today we would like to share with… Read more »

Are You Keeping Your Smile Safe From Cavities?

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Are you keeping your smile safe from cavities? Do you practice optimum oral hygiene habits on a daily basis and ensure your mouth is consistently cleaned and free of bacteria and food particles? Are you ensuring that the foods going into your mouth are safe for your smile and destined to improve your oral health,… Read more »

Signs of a Cavity: What You Should Know

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Did you know that cavities can cause a number of serious problems? For instance, if you don’t address you cavity quickly enough, you may eventually need root canal therapy. So you need to have a cavity filled as soon as possible. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to recognize a cavity in… Read more »

Pregnancy: How it Affects Your Teeth

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Are you pregnant or thinking about getting pregnant? If so, you’re probably expecting a number of changes, but did you know that your teeth may change as much as your body? During pregnancy, your body releases many hormones for the health of your unborn child. However, due to these hormones, you’ll be more likely to… Read more »