How Pregnancy Impacts your Oral Health?
Before and during pregnancy, visiting your dentist for regular checkups and maintaining good dental health habits will make you and your baby healthy. In fact, The American Dental Association, the American Congress of Obstetricians, Gynecologists, and the American Academy of Pediatrics all encourage women to get dental care while pregnant. “It is a crucial period of time in a woman’s life and maintaining oral health is directly related to good overall health,” says Aharon Hagai, D.M.D.
Pregnant women are high risk in developing 1.Gum disease due to hormonal changes. 2. Cavities if you eat more carbohydrates, sugary food, drinks, and acidity from vomiting during morning sickness. 3. Pregnancy Tumors, It is not cancer but rather just swelling that happens most often between teeth.
Let your dentist know if you are expecting or already pregnant. If your pregnancy is a high risk or if you have certain medical conditions, make sure to mention it to your dentist for precautionary measure and proper procedures, as dentist may recommend some treatments be postponed.Leave a reply →
Correct advice. my husband regularly sent me to the dentist before pregnancy, so I did not encounter any problems during it! But still, if some unforeseen situation arises, you should contact a specialist who will tell you what to do in this situation and what is the real need. After all, this can indirectly affect the child, and this is very important.Reply →
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Thank you for mentioning that proper oral hygiene practices and frequent dental exams will keep you and your unborn child healthy before, during, and after pregnancy. My buddy has been expecting for one month. I’ll advise her to schedule frequent visits at the dentist’s office.Reply →