When I started writing on this topic I never knew that the article is going to be this long. When I finished it was almost 4 word document pages. Long isn’t it? And I didn’t want to erase anything.
So to keep your interest in this topic and to avoid making it boring I have split the post in two parts
In first part we are going to discuss the various ways in which pregnancy affects our teeth. So let’s begin.
PREGNANCY….the most beautiful phase in a woman’s life…especially if it’s the first one. When you are pregnant you know how important it is to take special care of your body. However you should also know that pregnancy is the time to take extra special care of your teeth and gums, that’s because hormonal changes in your body during pregnancy can increase your chances of developing gum disease and cavities, and can affect the health of your developing baby. So while you are pregnant make sure you practice good oral hygiene and take healthy and balanced diet and do regular dental visits. By doing this you will not only avoid dental problems of your own rather you will also contribute to the healthy development of your baby’s teeth.