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How can I prevent tooth decay from a bottle or nursing?

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How can I prevent tooth decay from a bottle or nursing?

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Encourage your child to drink from a cup as they approach their first birthday. Children should not fall asleep with a bottle. At-will nighttime bottle and breast-feeding should be avoided after the first baby teeth begin to erupt. Drinking juice from a bottle should always be avoided. When juice is offered, it should be in a cup.

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Baby bottle tooth decay, also known as nursing caries, is a big concern for many babies. Baby-bottle tooth decay occurs when a child falls asleep with a bottle of milk or sweet juice in the mouth. That is why we encourage your child to drink from a cup by the first birthday. Children should also be weaned from the bottle by 12 months of age.

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Encourage your child to drink from a cup as they approach their first birthday. Children should not fall asleep with a bottle. At-will nighttime breast-feeding should be avoided after the first primary (baby) tooth begins to erupt. Drinking juice from a bottle should be avoided. When juice is offered, it should be in a cup.

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Baby bottle tooth decay, also known as nursing caries, is a big concern for many babies. Baby bottle tooth decay occurs when a child falls asleep with a bottle of milk or sweet juice in the mouth. That is why we encourage your child to drink from a cup by the first birthday. Children should also be weaned from the bottle by 12 months of age.

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Encourage your child to drink from a cup as they approach their first birthday. Children should not fall asleep with a bottle. At-will nighttime breast-feeding should be avoided after the first primary (baby) teeth begins to erupt. Drinking juice from a bottle should be avoided. When juice is offered, it should be in a cup.

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