Wednesday, July 8, 2020

What, bad teeth can cause miscarriage?

Teeth also need your careful care during pregnancy. Don't look at the teeth so far away from the stomach, the impact on the baby can be great! Studies have shown that women with periodontitis are more likely to have premature babies than women with healthy teeth. Therefore, if the teeth have health problems before pregnancy, it is best to receive treatment immediately.

Let's take a look at some common dental problems during pregnancy.

●Pregnant gingivitis

After pregnancy, many expectant mothers will find that they bleed very easily when they brush their teeth, and their gums become swollen and sensitive. This is actually because the hormone levels increase in early pregnancy, which increases the blood flow of the gum tissues, making the gums more susceptible to plaque and bacteria, and then causing symptoms such as redness, inflammation, and bleeding of the gums.

●Tooth decay

Many pregnant mothers like to eat sweet and sour food after pregnancy. Coupled with eating fewer meals during pregnancy, the time the teeth are exposed to food becomes longer, and food residues are more likely to remain in the mouth. If the morning sickness reaction is more severe, an acidic environment will also form in the mouth.

Although the living environment of teeth has deteriorated, pregnant mothers are likely to be “lazy” in cleaning their teeth due to physical discomfort and other reasons. As a result, tooth decay has become an indescribable pain for many pregnant mothers.

●Pyogenic granuloma

If small red nodules like raspberries are found on the gums during pregnancy, it is likely to be suppurative granuloma. The name of this thing sounds scary, and it will bleed when you brush your teeth. But don't panic, it usually disappears automatically after delivery. If you don’t want to be upset, you can also get help from a doctor.

What? It turned out that during pregnancy, not only should you exercise caution, but also your teeth should be protected. In order to make the teeth healthy and healthy during pregnancy, don't provoke wrongdoing, here are some tips for reference for prospective mothers.

●Brush your teeth regularly

The queen is ten months pregnant. Of course, I want to do whatever I want. Sometimes I feel that I am too tired to be lazy and don't brush my teeth. Oops, this is not enough! Brushing regularly is an important part of fighting bacteria in the mouth. Adhere to the morning and evening twice, use fluoride toothpaste to clean the teeth, can effectively prevent tooth decay. Toothbrush is best to use a small toothbrush with soft hair, which can reduce the irritation to the gums.

●Assisted tooth cleaning

You can always prepare dental floss and mouthwash. Dental floss is still unfamiliar to many Chinese families, but it has long been popular in European and American families. The food debris that can't be brushed between the teeth is completely removed by it.

In addition, using mouthwash after eating can also reduce bacteria and plaque. Pregnant women should choose a mouthwash with zero alcohol.

● Pay attention to diet

Eat more foods rich in calcium and vitamin C. It is easy to lose calcium during pregnancy, and timely supplementation can make the teeth stronger. Vitamin C also strengthens teeth and reduces the risk of gum bleeding.

Foods with high sugar content and carbonated drinks should be eaten as little as possible. Not only is it not good for teeth, it is not good for the health of pregnant women.

●Pregnancy sickness care

After morning sickness, rinse your mouth with water and wait for half an hour before brushing your teeth. Brushing your teeth immediately will cause the stomach acid remaining in the oral cavity to accelerate the corrosion of the tooth surface by the friction of the toothbrush.

If you have a problem with your teeth during pregnancy, don’t hesitate to go to the hospital. Before treatment, the doctor should be reminded again and again that he is pregnant. If he takes other medicines during pregnancy, he will also be notified.

Generally, if the problem is not serious, the doctor will recommend waiting for the baby to be treated after birth. However, if the problem is serious (such as gingivitis, periodontitis), local anesthesia or oral X-ray examination is required, and pregnant mothers should not panic. These oral examinations and treatments are safe for the baby in the stomach, and it is the right thing to cure dental diseases quickly.

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