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Tooth Decay: Parents Are ‘Putting Fizzy Drinks’ In Baby Bottles

September 21, 2019
by BBC News


Some parents are putting fizzy drinks and sugary milkshakes in babies’ bottles, leading to rotting teeth, a dentist has warned.

Last year 21,825 tooth extractions were performed on children, 8% lower than 2014.

The Welsh Government said an education scheme had saved thousands from having their teeth pulled out.

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1 Comment » for Tooth Decay: Parents Are ‘Putting Fizzy Drinks’ In Baby Bottles
  1. Aryan says:

    These parents should be aware of and follow the dentist’s advise. Sweet drinks or foods are bad for teeth. Worth reading this news.

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