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    Oral Health and Pregnancy

    It’s important that expectant mothers understand the importance of oral health care throughout their entire pregnancy. Dentists can provide advice as well as regular check-ups to monitor the health of your teeth, gums, and mouth.

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    Visiting the dentist is important to remove bacterial plaque, which has been connected to pre-term birth and babies with low birth weight. By using the correct brushing and flossing methods, you can also look after your teeth and remove as much plaque as possible at home. We can provide you with advice on dental health and good diet and nutrition during pregnancy to limit sugar intake, prevent plaque build-up, and stop cavities forming.

    In addition, the increased level of the hormone progesterone in your body during pregnancy can make you more susceptible to periodontal disease (pregnancy gingivitis). Some women also develop pregnancy granuloma, a growth on the gums which can cause discomfort. If you suffer with morning sickness, another concern might be having an uncomfortable dry mouth and the beginning of tooth erosion. 

    Making sure to visit the dentist and take care of your oral health during pregnancy can help to keep you healthier, happier, and more comfortable.

    What are the benefits of taking care of oral health during pregnancy?

    Have the health of your teeth, gums, and mouth monitored by a professional.

    Have hygiene cleanings to remove the build-up of bacterial plaque.

    Maintain healthy gums to prevent gingivitis

    Improve your oral and overall health during pregnancy, which can also improve the health of your unborn baby.

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    Why choose Clinica Cloe for treatment during pregnancy?

    At Clinica Cloe, we are experienced in taking care of expectant mothers’ oral health. We can give you the best advice on how to look after your teeth and mouth during pregnancy and watch for potential issues that might come up. If you do need some dental treatment, we can tell you exactly at what point of your pregnancy we will be able to do this. 

    Our clinic is a comfortable and welcoming environment that will put you at ease, and our friendly staff will take care of your every need. In addition, we are equipped with the latest technology to make our treatment even more predictable and comfortable for our patients.