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Did you know that dental disease can have negative effects on your unborn child? In addition, snacking, nausea, and hormonal changes, are a natural part of pregnancy, but can also make you particularly vulnerable to dental disease.
An oral infection during pregnancy can lead to medical problems. Left untreated, severe gum disease may be associated with preterm birth and low birth weight. That’s why taking good care of your teeth during pregnancy is more important than ever. By taking a few simple steps you can protect your smile – and the health of your baby.
By taking good care of your teeth during pregnancy, you are protecting your baby’s teeth, too!
Download a printable brochure of prenatal oral health tips.
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