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Can I have dental treatment while I am breastfeeding?!?

Posted on: October 19, 2016
I get this question commonly and it is a great question. Simple answer is yes. The following are guidelines for mothers who are nursing healthy, full term babies. Babies with health problems may need special considerations and you should ask your dentist before proceeding with treatment. Numbing agents are safe and do ...
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Dental Care During Pregnancy

Posted on: August 2, 2016
Many women aren't aware that caring for your teeth during and after pregnancy may be a little different than the normal routine. Women can often experience bleeding or inflammation of the gum tissue during pregnancy (called pregnancy gingivitis), so brushing with a soft bristle tooth brush and flossing regularly is important. ...
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I am pregnant and I have questions for my Dentist!

Posted on: January 15, 2014
For clarity, all instructions contained here are the collaborative standard according to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists as well as the American Dental Association.Take home message: Healthy women with uncomplicated pregnancies can safely receive oral health services throughout their pregnancy without fear of harming themselves or the baby. ...
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Is Fluoridated Bottled Water Safe for Infants?

Posted on: September 19, 2012
The FDA has approved the claim that fluoridated bottled waters help prevent tooth decay. However, we need to be careful when giving this water to infants. Infants do not require as much fluoride as older children and adults and too much fluoride can affect the developing teeth. ...
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Pregnacy and Your Dental Health – advice on timing of xrays and treatment

Posted on: June 27, 2012
Congratulations you're expecting! What's on your list of things to check? How's your dental health? This can be overlooked during a very important (and busy) time. Visiting your dentist during pregnancy is important too! Please don't forget to tell your dental provider you're expecting so they may note ...
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