Infants' Rotting Teeth Tied To Long-T...

Infants' Rotting Teeth Tied To Long-Term Breastfeeding: How Long Is Too Long?

There are 1 comment on the Medical Daily story from Mar 16, 2014, titled Infants' Rotting Teeth Tied To Long-Term Breastfeeding: How Long Is Too Long?. In it, Medical Daily reports that:

Children breastfed past age 2 experience higher rates of tooth decay and cavities, researchers from the University of California at San Francisco say.

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Bruce Vafa DDS

Sherman Oaks, CA

#1 Mar 16, 2014
It is true the breast milk carry apt of sunger and after 12 months of ready feeding , the elements of breast milk is of enough for the baby and kid needs supplement food. We suggest to clean the children's teeth after breast feeding .

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