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Alpha Dental Care is a family dentist located in Milton, Ontario. We know that there are often many questions when it comes to choosing a dentist or simply having general questions. Our blog is meant as a place to educate and hopefully answer questions related to family dentistry, children's dentistry, orthodontics and cosmetic dentistry.

Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

What is Baby Bottle Tooth Decay?

Baby teeth are very important as they are susceptible to cavities too. Healthy and strong teeth help to chew food thoroughly, speak properly and ensure their permanent teeth come in correctly. It's also crucial to get into healthy dental habits as early as possible because tooth decay may develop with the appearance of the very first tooth. Tooth decay is the most common dental disease among infants and children. Such tooth decay is also known as Baby Bottle Tooth Decay, Early Childhood Caries or Nursing Bottle Mouth.

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