MY CHILD’S TEETH CAME IN ROTTEN. DOES SHE HAVE “SOFT TEETH”?
No, rotten teeth aren’t always a sign of soft teeth. Tooth decay is usually caused by a lack of dental hygiene. During breast or bottle feeding, infant teeth are bathed in milk sugars. If not cleaned regularly, infant teeth will develop cavities.
Were your child’s teeth discolored when they appeared? If so, you may have been exposed to harmful chemicals while you were nursing. A recent study in Finland has established a connection between discoloration of children’s teeth and the exposure of their nursing mothers to the chemical dioxin. Dioxin is breathed in as fumes from trash burning, industrial wastes, oil and metal refining, paper production and cigarette smoke. Let your dentist examine her teeth and determine how best to treat them.
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