Dental care for pregnant women
Pregnancy and lactation is an important period for a woman. Oral health promotion will help mothers stay healthy and raise healthy babies during pregnancy.
Dental care before pregnancy
Studies show that when an infection causes problems in the teeth, the body produces qualities to fight the infection. This quality can lead to gastric transfer, premature birth and other adverse effects on the fetus and the mother’s body.
Therefore, women who are having problems such as tooth decay, bleeding feet, teeth … need to be checked and treated promptly, ensuring good health before planning a pregnancy.
Dental care during pregnancy is very important for the health of mother and baby
Common dental problems
In fact, pregnant women have a high risk of dental diseases due to the constantly changing calcium levels in the body.
Usually for pregnant women, the most likely time for calcium deficiency is the period when the fetus is over 24 weeks old and the need for calcium is large to serve the process of bone formation. The root part that is “withdrawn” the most calcium is the jawbone duo. Therefore, the monitoring and dental care during this period is especially important.
Other dental services such as braces – orthodontics, cosmetic porcelain teeth, fillings… should also be performed and completed before entering the pregnancy period to ensure safety for health.