I'm Dr. Sweta Bajaj. I'm a dentist and also a Childbirth and Lactation Educator.
No dental treatment is required. Rinse mouth in warm water and brush properly.
Visit your dentist to find the cause. If treatment is urgent then your dentist will advise you otherwise you can wait till after delivery.
There are two types of replacements-bridge and implants. The cost of both varies according to region and type.
Take tulsi water to relieve throat pain. Consult your gynaecologist.
Root canal is a very long process with many sittings required along with anaesthesia and X-ray. While local anaesthesia isn't harmful, x-rays are dangerous during pregnancy. Inform your doctor of your pregnancy. I wouldn't recommend the procedure.
After 2-3 months.
It is safe in third trimester to undergo minor treatment. Visit your dentist. It is common during pregnancy. Due to hormonal changes the tooth tries to break the surface. Consult your dentist for painkillers.
It is quite common. Gargle with warm water and brush teeth twice a day.
Wait till delivery. You can get it treated by dentist after delivery. However get it checked by dentist. If the cavity is advanced then urgent treatment may be required.
It happens due to hormonal changes. Visit dentist and take prescribed medicine. Avoid treatment till post delivery.
Dentist cannot do x-ray or intensive treatment till after delivery. Get a prescription for painkillers.
If food particles get stuck in teeth while eating then pain is experienced. Rinse and brush mouth properly. If pain is unbearable then visit dentist.
It can till after delivery.
This type of pain is experienced due to chipping off of enamel or root deep caries. Gargle with warm water and consult dentist.
No not at all. If you are not pregnant then you can go ahead and extract it?
It is a safe period but avoid as it is not emergency.
Yes, but ensure to increase your calorie intake and drink lots of water.
In pregnancy, the third molars become active. Every part of body changes due to increased progesterone and estrogen levels. Molars inside gum start erupting. Gargle with warm water. Visit dentist for some pain relief. Depending on the situation extraction may be required post delivery.
Not only dental x-ray but any x-ray should be avoided. If it's urgent then an x-ray shield should be used to protect foetus. In general x-ray is harmful for mother and baby during pregnancy.
If gums are infected with puss then it could pass to baby through blood. Treat major infections. Most dental pains subside after delivery. During pregnancy and Lactation, certain treatments must be avoided. If you are planning for a pregnancy then both partners should inform their dentist before undergoing any dental treatment. A pregnant woman shouldn't go into the treatment room even while accompanying others especially to the x-ray room.
Filling won't affect the baby. Only x-ray is harmful.
If it's severe then visit dentist. Always inform your dentist if you have high blood pressure, sugar or any other issues.
Sometimes due to erupting molars headache is experienced. This type of pain is called referred pain and can be experienced in eyes, ears, neck and head.
Inform your dentist about your allergy. Latex free gloves can be used while treatments. Allergies can flare up during pregnancy. Before undergoing any treatment take adequate antibiotics to prevent pathogenic conditions.
Also read: Natural Ways For Skin Care During Pregnancy