Pregnancy and Dental Health – 4 Dental Care Tips for Pregnant Women

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Pregnancy is an energizing and busy time in a women’s life. However, pregnant women ought to be sure to deal with their dental health for themselves and their babies. Here are 4 dental care tips for maintaining a healthy mouth during pregnancy:

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Pregnancy and Dental Health – 4 Dental Care Tips for Pregnant Women:

Pregnancy and Dental Health – 4 Dental Care Tips for Pregnant Women

Pregnancy is an energizing and busy time in a women’s life. However, pregnant women ought to be sure to deal with their dental health for themselves and their babies. Here are 4 dental care tips for maintaining a healthy mouth during pregnancy::

Pregnancy is an energizing and busy time in a women’s life. However, pregnant women ought to be sure to deal with their dental health for themselves and their babies. Here are 4 dental care tips for maintaining a healthy mouth during pregnancy: Dentist Claremont | Dentist Mount Claremont | Nedlands Dentist | Floreat Dentist

KEEP YOUR TEETH & GUMS HEALTHY:

KEEP YOUR TEETH & GUMS HEALTHY Gum disease can lead to premature birth or a low birth weight baby. Sometimes, Now and then, it can likewise cause the transfer of decay-causing bacteria from you to your baby. Dentist Claremont | Dentist Mount Claremont | Nedlands Dentist | Floreat Dentist

AVOID OR TREAT SICKNESS, VOMITING & ACID REFLUX:

AVOID OR TREAT SICKNESS, VOMITING & ACID REFLUX Pregnant women who experience morning sickness with vomiting and/or acid reflux are at high risk of tooth erosion. Dentist Claremont | Dentist Mount Claremont | Nedlands Dentist | Floreat Dentist

PREVENT GUM DISEASE:

PREVENT GUM DISEASE Many women can create gum disease during pregnancy because of natural hormonal changes in the body. Make a point to treat your teeth and gums early. To maintain a strategic distance from this. Dentist Claremont | Dentist Mount Claremont | Nedlands Dentist | Floreat Dentist

QUIT SMOKING FOR A HEALTHY MOUTH:

QUIT SMOKING FOR A HEALTHY MOUTH Smoking while pregnant is not good for you or your unborn baby and can lead to gum disease. Talk to your dentist at Ashton Avenue Dental Practice about how to treat your dental health before, during, and after pregnancy! Contact us on 08 9385 6677. Dentist Claremont | Dentist Mount Claremont | Nedlands Dentist | Floreat Dentist

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