Importance Of Going To The Dentist During Pregnancy

Importance Of Going To The Dentist During Pregnancy from Sage Dental

By: Sage Dental  10/07/2016
Keywords: Dentistry, Dental Health, Pregnancy Gingivitis

Although many women do not feel any dental discomfort during pregnancy, it is very important to take good care of your teeth and gums while pregnant. Pregnancy can worsen or create new dental conditions. How pregnancy affects your mouth? Pregnancy causes hormonal changes that increase the risk of developing periodontal disease that can affect the baby’s health and development. Some of the conditions that pregnancy may develop or worsen are: Pregnancy Gingivitis Increased Risk of Tooth Decay Pregnancy Tumors When should you start seeing a dentist? Before getting pregnant, try making a dental appointment to make sure you get an oral examination, oral cancer screening, and receive a professional cleaning. Can I get Dental X-rays done while pregnant? According to the American Dental Association (ADA) and the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), having dental x-rays during your pregnancy is considered safe with appropriate shielding. When should you tell your dentist that you’re pregnant? As soon as you know you are pregnant. Even if you are not sure, you should always let your office know immediately. You should let your dentist know if you are taking any medications of are under any special treatment for your pregnancy. If you need to make a dental appointment or find a dentist in your area call 1-877-415-1376 or go to https://www.mysagedental.com/. With all specialists under one roof, Sage Dental does it all!

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