Protecting teeth even before they come in is important to the future health of both baby (primary) teeth and adult (permanent) teeth.

Using a washcloth to clean your baby’s gums after feedings (especially before bed time) is the first step towards healthy teeth.

Once teeth first emerge, brushing regularly is recommended to prevent milk, formula, or juice to damage the teeth.

Baby bottle tooth decay can occur when bottles are left in the mouth for long periods of time and bacteria uses the sugars from the milk, formula, or juice to produce acids which damage the teeth.

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