Dr. Joel Berg, Dean of University of Washington School of Dentistry, 'Compendium' Pediatrics Section Editor, Joins GoodMouth Advisory Board
Posted on February 19, 2014
NEW YORK, Feb. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Joel Berg, Dean of University of Washington School of Dentistry, has joined the Advisory Board of GoodMouth.
"Our Advisory Board supports GoodMouth's goal of delivering exceptional subscriber experiences by bringing together highly resourceful and innovative experts. We are honored to be in a position to learn from Dr. Berg's vast experience as a leader in dental education and practice and look forward to working with him on continuing to carry forward our message of how good oral hygiene is critical to long term systemic health," explains Craig Lifschutz, GoodMouth's Founder and CEO.
"Through their innovative new model, GoodMouth's service provides a benefit to dental practices, patients and the community at large. By delivering new toothbrushes to individuals and families' homes on a regular schedule they are addressing an often overlooked component of oral hygiene in a new and exciting way," explains Dr. Berg, who serves as Section Editor, Pediatrics of Compendium of Continuing Education in Dentistry. "I'm excited about the work they are doing to raise awareness about the importance of oral health to systemic health via their Giving Goodness program and am thrilled to be advising them."
Dr. Berg is the Dean of University of Washington School of Dentistry. He previously held executive positions at Philips Oral Healthcare and ESPE Dental. He is Past President of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Foundation, and a member of the Advisory Council for the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry. He is also the author of numerous published manuscripts and abstracts and a co-editor of a textbook on early childhood oral health.
GoodMouth combines a subscription service with social entrepreneurship to improve dental care and help people live healthier lives. GoodMouth is a unique toothbrush delivery subscription that serves consumers, dental health professionals, and corporate benefits programs. Through its Giving Goodness program, GoodMouth, and their subscribers, are actively battling the dental crisis by giving away two toothbrushes, or the equivalent in dental care, for every subscription purchased.
Learn more about GoodMouth at www.goodmouth.com.