Posted on 24 July 2020
Often referred to as “baby bottle tooth decay”, infant tooth decay is actually caused by a surplus of sugar and the condition is linked with infant's bottles because of some parents' habit of filling a bottle with sweetened drinks or coating the tip in sugar.
Over a prolonged period, this is damaging for a child's teeth because the sugar:
Infant tooth decay can be avoided by keeping the baby's mouth clean, limiting the amount of sugar and ensuring that “teeth are healthy and developing properly” with regular check-ups at the dentist. Find out more at https://yourdentalhealthresource.com/top-tips-for-preventing-baby-bottle-tooth-decay/