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Best Dentist Loughborough

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Published on Feb 4, 2012

Recommended Dentist in Loughborough:(Research in progress)

Dentist Loughborough


QUESTION: What are the possible consequences if you neglect the health of my mouth if I'm pregnant?
ANSWER: According to some surveys, an infection of the mouth of a pregnant woman under certain circumstances can cause a chain of events that lead to preterm labor and, thus putting the health of the fetus at risk. The problem in these cases is that the gum disease, especially in its early stages, does not cause symptoms. So the patient does not see it so easily. In large part, perhaps the only symptom is bleeding when brushing your teeth, but it often goes unnoticed or ignored. This may eventually lead to the loss of one or more teeth.
Typically old was said, by way of joke, but perhaps with doses of truth, that a pregnant woman loses one tooth for every baby that brings the world!

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QUESTION: I'm pregnant but suffered from toothache due to a bad tooth. What should I do? Can I seal or should I take? All these dental work is not dangerous to my pregnancy?
ANSWER: First, you should definitely visit a Loughborough dentist and take care to inform them of the existence of pregnancy if you are not visible! If you do nothing and take painkillers just to neutralize the pain can be serious side effects from medications, especially if you are in the first trimester of your pregnancy. The dentist may place some analgesic substance in the tooth to stop bothering you. Depending on the extent of damage may recommend sealing the tooth or if the disaster is large, it is exhausted. It is usually preferable, if only for psychological reasons, be postponed until a permanent cure for the second quarter or even after weaning. But if we consider that the presence of inflammation can cause the appearance of serious problems in general health then you should make an immediate treatment. Two elements will be taken, in particular, is not taken X-ray of your teeth to avoid unnecessarily irradiated and not you are given a large dose of anesthetic. If you manage to make the filling without anesthetic, then you are more secure. It is advisable to consult the gynecologist treating you to know exactly the state of your health, especially if treatment of the tooth includes taking a medication (eg antibiotics).

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