BBTDBaby Bottle Tooth Decay
BBTDBiosciences and Biotechnology Division (Physical and Life Sciences Directorate; Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)
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In particular, Beaulieu and DuFour (2000) point out that evidence suggestive of BBTD is the presence of a dull, white band of demineralized enamel along the gingival margin, usually found on the central incisors.
Therefore, a breastfed baby is much less likely to get BBTD.
The irony of this disease is that by the time children are routinely seen in dental offices, usually at the age of 2 years, BBTD is likely to have caused its greatest damage.