Pregnancy is a time of incredible growth and change. The increase in progesterone in your system and the rise of the body’s hormone levels can cause red, puffy gums and irritation. It is important to brush regularly and floss thoroughly twice a day. Periodontal disease during pregnancy increases the risk of having a preterm, low birth weight baby.

We are here to help at all stages of your pregnancy.

If you have any questions regarding dental issues during pregnancy, please contact the office.

The most recent recommendations from the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. 

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