Wellness - Dental Care | 0-3 yrs

Does Your Toddler Have Baby Bottle Tooth Decay?

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Nighttime Bottles And Tooth Decay

Most of the tooth decay from night feedings occurs in toddlers between one and two years of age who refuse to give up their nighttime bottle. It's also the age when you need to be extra vigilant about dental hygiene.

How To Prevent Tooth Decay In Your Baby

Baby teeth are important. If baby teeth are lost too early, the teeth that are left may move and not leave any room for adult teeth to come in. Also, if tooth decay is not prevented, it can be costly to treat, cause pain, and lead to life-threaten...

Treatment For Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

If your child does begin to show symptoms, your dentist can provide treatment for baby bottle tooth decay. The type of treatment depends on the severity of the decay. As with most health issues, the earlier the problem is addressed, the less exten...

Does Extended Breastfeeding Cause Tooth Decay?

There are plenty of benefits to breastfeeding your toddler, but can breastmilk lead to tooth decay? Find out if breastfeeding affects your little one's teeth.

Baby Bottle Dos And Don’Ts To Avoid Childhood Cavities

Did you know that childhood cavities are the most common chronic childhood disease, and are almost entirely preventable? A great place to prevent cavities is in your child’s baby bottle. Follow these steps to help keep your infant cavity-free.

Nursing Caries Syndrome Faq

Nursing caries syndrome is a severe form of tooth decay, which is primarily due to bad feeding habits (feeding in bed while sleeping). This tooth decay usually affects the anterior primary teeth of children 2-5 years of age.

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