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Baby Dental On Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

Saturday, Feb. 7th 2015 8:44 AM

Baby bottle tooth decay or BBTD is a serious condition that is a result of long exposure of your infant’s teeth to liquid that contain sugar.  These liquids can include milk, breast milk, formula, juice and any other sweetened drinks.

Putting your infant to sleep whether for a nap or bedtime, with a baby bottle containing anything other than water can result in severe and rapid tooth decay. The sugar pools around the teeth give the plaque a chance to produce acid that attacks their tooth enamel.

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