Friday, May 29, 2015

Pregnant women are prone to tooth decay during pregnancy

Pregnant women are prone to tooth decay during pregnancy
Pregnancy can have a negative effect on your body if you do not maintain a healthy diet. From the moment the egg implants in the uterus, the growing baby will begin to pull nutrients from its mother. If the mother has a poor diet, rest assured that nothing will happen to the baby; however, the mother’s condition will be impacted and her health could be in jeopardy.

Pregnant women are prone to tooth decay and can also have calcium deficiencies which can harm their teeth. Many women report teeth braking during pregnancy or the months following the pregnancy. It is important to visit a dentist during pregnancy to make sure that everything is in order and for a professional cleaning because your immune system is also being affected. This is why pregnant woman are prone tooth decay and other health issues.

If you are pregnant or are looking to become pregnant, we encourage you to:
  • Maintain a healthy diet
  • Schedule a dental visit
  • Rest
  • Consult your doctor about calcium supplements
As our patient, you are our first priority. We are here to help you in every aspect of your oral health and more so during this special time. If you are pregnant or have made the decision to become pregnant, congratulation! Remember to call us today!

Visit us:
Victor K. Muradian, DDS
3695 Alamo Street, #300
Simi Valley CA 93063
(805) 522-0880

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