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PREGNANCY AND YOUR TEETH

Hormones change during pregnancy which may cause the gums to bleed.  By keeping the bacteria down, more serious conditions can be avoided.
There should be no problem with treatment during pregnancy and  it is of utmost importance to visit us for  your regularly scheduled recare maintenance appointments. The philosophy at the office of Dr. Debra Bachus,  is to avoid x-rays if possible during pregnancy.
There is no evidence that pregnancy damages teeth.

PREGNANCY AND YOUR TEETH

You have a lot to think about during pregnancy but staying on top of your dental needs is critical since pregnancy can take a toll on your teeth and gums. Make sure to tell Dr. Bachus or anyone in the team   that you are pregnant and about any changes you have noticed because if your mouth is healthy, it’s a good bet your baby’s mouth will be healthy too. Call anytime with questions. 905.731.4611

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