Turning to Relationships to Learn about our Oral Habits
Have you ever thought about why you brush and floss your teeth every day? It's probably because you were taught at an early age by your parents to do so and why it was important. Perhaps you also regularly visited your dentist to have your teeth cleaned, examined, and to learn more about your oral health.
A recent study out of Boston University took a closer look at how our social networks influence our oral health. It found that the connections between how we are raised and the information we receive from those we trust most has the most significant impact on our lives and oral health.