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Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Dental Care During Pregnancy

Dental care during pregnancyPregnancy is often an exciting time in a woman's life. The joy of motherhood can bring so much emotion and excitement that sometimes the last thing on their minds is dental care. However, pregnancy is one of the most important times to pay attention to oral health more than ever! During pregnancy, a woman's body will go through changes and the growing baby will be pulling the nutrients they need to grow from their mother's body. For this reason, it is extra important that you listen to your obstetrician as well as visit your dentist in order to ensure that both you and your baby are taken care of.

Many women experience depleted amount of calcium during and after pregnancy due to not getting adequate amounts through diet or supplement. Since the baby will take what it needs from you to grow, you will be the one to suffer if you do not follow your doctor's instruction. Some women also find that their teeth become weak or may even break because their calcium levels are so low. Additionally, since your immune system is changing, you may also be prone to cavities which is why it is extra important to visit a dentist for an exam and routine cleaning. This is especially delicate in women who have children close in age.

If you are pregnant or have decided to try to become pregnant, we encourage you to contact our dental office to start taking the precautionary measures necessary for the well being of your child. Our dentists in both Glendale and Van Nuys are expertly trained and will be able to care for you and your growing family.
Contact Information:

Glendale Office
6300 San Fernando Road
Glendale, CA 91201
Glendale@cyberdentistry.com
818.547.4455

Van Nuys Office
15333 Sherman Way Suite M
Van Nuys, CA 91406
Vannuys@cyberdentistry.com
818.909.0200

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  2. Vomiting associated with morning sickness can cause tooth decay. Dental checkups to monitor decay do not pose a problem for pregnant women.
    James T Hutta
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