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Dental Care

Dental Care During Pregnancy

It's always best to complete any major dental treatment prior to pregnancy. Routine dental care, on the other hand, can be received during the second trimester.

It's vitally important for you to take good care of your oral health while you are pregnant. This is because pregnancy causes hormonal changes that increase your risk of developing gum disease, and because your oral health can affect the health of your developing baby.

Below are some suggestions for maintaining good oral health, as well as your baby's health and safety, before, during, and after your pregnancy.

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Innovative Medicaid Programs Improve Children's Access to Dental Care

With only about one out of four Medicaid enrolled children receiving dental care, a newly released report from the American Dental Association (ADA) shows how some states have initiated innovative reforms that dramatically improve access to dental care.

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Could a Dentist Alleviate My Migraines?

A neuromuscular dentist will find the most relaxed and comfortable position for you teeth to come together. Advancements in neuromuscular dentistry can be credited for unprecedented relief for people suffering with headaches, migraines, chronic neck or shoulder pain, jaw pain, numbness in your arms, or clicking in the jaw.

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Brush Before Breakfast advises the British Dental Health Foundation

Brushing your teeth before you eat breakfast can help to prevent the dental erosion that can wear away your teeth. Brushing immediately afterward wears the enamel away, and can cause dental erosion, which may lead to pain and extreme sensitivity in the teeth, and also lead to cosmetic problems.

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