What are you aware of about treating baby bottle tooth decay? Continue reading this post to find out some more about the disease and what it means for you.
In the early stages of baby bottle tooth decay, fluoride treatment is typically sufficient to reverse the damage. As the sickness raises, restorative procedures like crowns and fillings might be required. In dire cases, extraction of teeth can become the only option. Depending on the age and temperament of your child, Dr. Bruce W. Smith might suggest sedation dentistry practices and services to ease the effect of other treatments.
There are multiple signs of baby bottle tooth decay. First of all, be alert if you’ve given your child soda, candy or other sugary drinks. Secondly, you may have cause for concern if you don’t brush your child’s chompers or assist them to brush their teeth. Physical signs of the condition you can look for include white, brown or black areas on the pearly whites, bouts of stinky breath, red and swollen gums and any symptoms of infection.
We love serving the Houston, Texas, community at Bruce W. Smith, DDS. If you live in Houston, Texas, and are dealing with baby bottle tooth breakdown, please get in contact with us now at 713-529-4364 so that we can pencil in your next checkup with Dr. Bruce W. Smith as soon as possible. We’ll be excited to serve you!