baby bottle syndrome

nur·sing bot·tle car·ies

caries and tooth enamel erosion that result from permitting infants and children to go to sleep while sucking intermittently from a bottle of formula, whole milk, or fruit juice.
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Severe caries of the deciduous teeth, caused by prolonged use of milk or juice bottles as a sleeping aid for infants
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baby bottle syndrome

Pediatrics Severe caries of the deciduous teeth, caused by prolonged use of milk or juice bottles as a sleeping aid for infants
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ba·by bot·tle tooth de·cay

(bābē botĕl tūth dĕ-kā)
Abnormally high level of dental caries affecting the teeth of children usually younger than 4 years of age, related to prolonged use of a baby bottle containing cariogenic liquids.
Synonym(s): baby bottle syndrome, nursing bottle caries.
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