Kisses to Babies can Spread Cavities

It's true!  Bacteria from mom, dad, or anyone else can transmit to others through saliva transfer, whether it be from a kiss, sharing forks, or 'cleaning' little Isabella's pacifier with your mouth.

Are we suggesting that you not kiss your baby? Of course not! Rather, make sure that you are up to date on your dental hygiene to avoid spreading bacteria that cause dental decay to your loved ones.

Read about it in this article from NBC News: Mom's Kiss can Spread Cavities to Baby

On the other hand, researchers also say that kissing can be good for dental health. Stay tuned for more information on the benefits of kissing as related to your dental health!

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