Tooth decay is the single most common chronic childhood disease. In fact, researchers have found that about 43 percent of children ages 2 to 19 suffer from cavities. Dental cavities can cause any number of issues from pain, crooked, or discolored adult teeth to premature tooth loss, to serious infections such as gingivitis.

Tooth decay in babies and toddlers is often referred to as Baby Bottle Syndrome. Its most common cause is feeding your baby milk, formula or fruit juice at bedtime, where over time many bacterias, including bacteria called Streptococcus produces acid build up and subsequently tooth decay.

Introducing the Predecay Insert ™ - a revolutionary teeth cleaning device designed to help prevent Baby Bottle Syndrome.


The Predecay Insert™, which fits most popular bottles on the market, stores 1.3 ounces of water in its chamber. After the initial liquid (milk or juice) has been consumed, it automatically and independently releases the water to thoroughly rinse your baby’s teeth and gums, helping your child maintain their new teeth and set them up with a sparkling smile all the way into adulthood.


• For bedtime

• Temperature of water should be the same temperature of the milk or juice.

• Use one ounce less than your baby normally drinks.

• Hold the bottle at a 45 degree angle to your baby’s body.

• Do not shake the bottle when the insert is inside.