Sharon Boyd MA, RDH
- Texas Tech University
- Amberton University
- Tyler Junior College
- Blinn College
- Sharon has over 20 years of experience writing about dental health
- Sharon is an Ironman
- Band mom
- Enjoys volunteering at her family’s church.
Sharon has over 20 years of experience in the dental industry and is the founder of DentaSpeak, LLC. In addition to being a registered hygienist, she serves as a full-time patient education professional, with special interests in strategic dental communications. She often works as a liaison between practitioners and patients, bridging the gap between care needs and patient concerns. Sharon is an Ironman, band mom, and enjoys volunteering at her family’s church.
Texas Tech University – Master of Arts in Strategic Communication and Innovation
Amberton University – Bachelor of Science in Human Relations and Business
Tyler Junior College – Associate of Applied Sciences in Dental Hygiene
Blinn College – Certificate in Dental Assisting
About Teeth Talk
TeethTalkGirl.com was created by a passionate dental hygienist, Whitney DiFoggio, BS, RDH. Whitney’s journey of spreading dental health awareness began on the YouTube platform — where she continues to create educational videos for the public.
Dentistry is not a one-size-fits-all! From discovering the best dental floss to understanding dental treatment options, our goal is to provide you with information to take an active role in your oral health. Learn more about us!
Recent Articles From Sharon Boyd MA, RDH
What are the Different Parts of a Tooth?
If they only looked at your teeth with a light and mirror, they would never see past the crown or enamel.
Dental Risks to Athletes (of All Ages)
A lot of athletes clench and grind their teeth during strenuous activities and are more at risk for cavities, dry mouth, and broken teeth.
Why Your Child NEEDS Their Cavity Filled
Don’t be so quick to dismiss a cavity in your child’s baby tooth, even if it IS going to fall out eventually.
Is it Child Abuse to Let Your Preschooler Use a Pacifier?
If your child is 2 or 3 years old (or older) and still using a pacifier, it’s time to have a serious talk with your family about breaking the habit.