Early childhood caries
Early childhood caries, also known as baby bottle caries, baby bottle tooth decay, and bottle rot. It is characterized by severe decay in the front teeth of infants or young children. Early childhood caries (ECC) is a very common bacterial infection.
It is caused when a child goes to bed with a bottle filled with milk or juice – anything except water
Bacteria in the mouth use these sugars as food. They then produce acids that attack the teeth. After many attacks, the teeth can decay. Nursing bottle caries usually affects children between the ages of 1 and 2. If your infant falls asleep while breastfeeding, he is also at risk.
White spots on the teeth. Early development of cavities(brown areas on the tooth that lead to tooth destruction).
Simple composite restorations, root canal treatment followed by restorations or crowns depending on the severity of the decay.
Front teeth were repaired with cosmetic composite materials.
Uncooperative patients can also be treated with conscious sedation or under general anesthesia
Oral Habits/Malocclusion :