Breastfeeding: 6 Things Nursing Moms Should Know About Dental Health

By: Mouth Healthy, American Dental Association (ADA) 🤱 Breastfeeding can help your baby’s body fight infections and reduce health risks like asthma, ear infections, SIDS and obesity in children and studies show nursing moms may lower their chances of developing breast and ovarian cancer. But did you know breastfeeding can impact the dental health of both […]

Baby Teeth

By: MouthHealthy, American Dental Association (ADA) 👶 If you think your baby’s toothless smile is cute, just wait until their first few teeth make an appearance! After that first tooth comes in, don’t forget to follow these key takeaways from the American Dental Association to care for your baby’s oral health! The Woodview Oral Surgery Team […]

Which comes first, brushing or flossing? New study shows that we should clean between our teeth before brushing

By: George Bushell, Oral Health Foundation Brushing may come before flossing in the dictionary, but it shouldn’t when it comes to our teeth according to the Oral Health Foundation! The Woodview Oral Surgery Team That’s because new research has shown interdental cleaning before brushing is the best way to clean our teeth effectively. The study found […]