bacterial transmission

Did you know you could prevent the transmission
of bacteria from your mouth to your baby's
by just some simple measures?

Your baby´s mouth can be contaminated even before the sixth month of age.
The main source of bacteria that cause caries in babies are generally the saliva
of their mothers/ fathers or caregivers.

The earlier the bacterial transmission takes place and the more cariogenic the baby's diet is, the more substantial the transference will be.

That is why mothers with a history of high caries risk will be more likely to have high levels of bacteria in their saliva, putting their children into a greater risk of having early childhood caries.

Our advice for your baby to have a mouth free of bacteria the maximum time is:
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