If you are planning a pregnancy you should visit your dentist for a complete check-up, cleaning and any necessary dental treatment prior to conception.
Necessary dental treatment is usually scheduled during the second trimester of pregnancy.Emergency dental services may be provided during the first or third trimesters of a healthy pregnancy if essential. Non-vital treatment, such as a small filling, might be postponed until after delivery. These are all decisions that would be discussed and made with the mutual agreement of patient and dentist.Plain anesthetic is used when providing dental treatment during pregnancy. [...]
Did you know it’s common for women to experience excessive saliva during pregnancy (especially in the first trimester). Experts aren’t sure what causes this, but the most likely culprit is the one charged for so many other charming pregnancy woes: those pregnancy hormones. I didn’t know that did you?! [...]
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