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posted Apr 2, 2016, 11:46 AM by David Khorram   [ updated Apr 2, 2016, 11:54 AM ]

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What is baby bottle tooth decay?


Baby Bottle Tooth Decay (BBTD) or "Bottle Syndrome" is a condition that can negatively impact your baby’s primary teeth. Baby Bottle Tooth Decay is prevalent amongst 23.8 % of infants in America. It can occur by feeding your infant or baby with milk, including breast milk, formula and fruit juices. Decay also known as cavities on primary teeth may affect your baby’s permanent dentition as well. 

Cavities can spread and attack adjacent teeth- leading to costly dental treatments and even anesthesia.Decay may cause a dark or brownish appearance on your baby’s teeth. This look may lead your child to become more self-conscious, take away their confidence and cause them to smile less. Additionally, drinking and eating may also be more challenging due to teeth sensitivity.



A revolutionary new baby bottle to help prevent Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

Although Bottle Syndrome had been in existence for many years, up to now there has never been an instrument as simple as this invention to prevent and/or reduce tooth decay in babies and infants.

This invention is based on the medical term called "BBTD", "Baby Bottle Tooth Decay" or sometimes called "Bottle Syndrome" is a severe decay found in the teeth of infants and toddlers who fall asleep with a bottle of milk, juice, or any sweetened liquid (even breast milk) in the mouth; or residuals of such liquids left in the month for period of time. This invention relates generally to a nursing bottle and more particularly to a nursing bottle for babies which automatically rinses the babies teeth after the contents of the nursing bottle have been emptied by dispensing a first liquid (milk …) and subsequently dispensing a second liquid (water), independent of the first liquid, thus helps prevent decay of the babies' teeth.

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