Baby’s teeth become prone to the condition of decaying, as soon as these remain in prolonged contact with liquid, other than water. Liquid formulas or milk (including breast milk), juice, soft drinks are sugared water, the reasons tooth decay in babies. Sugar content of these liquids is converted to acid by germs in mouth. Thereafter, acid dissolves the teeth, especially causing decay of upper front teeth. Damage to the teeth and gums occurs on the basis of longevity of contact of liquid with gums and teeth; longer it stays more the damage. The first sign of bottle tooth decay is formation of white spots on upper front teeth that needs to be taken care of with timely intervention and treatment.
Importance of Preventing Baby Bottle Tooth Decay
Baby teeth decay is a phenomenon, which is bound to happen after certain duration. Still, it is quite important to prevent the fall out of tooth decay.
Preventing Baby Bottle Tooth Decay
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