The hormone changes during pregnancy can affect your gums and teeth. It is vitally important that you have your gums checked regularly. It has been proven that there is a link between untreated gum disease and low birth weight babies. This is because bacteria from your mouth can enter your bloodstream through bleeding gums and affect the developing foetus.
In addition, many people find their diet alters during pregnancy, which can leave them more at risk of tooth decay. If you are pregnant or planning on becoming pregnant, please visit your dentist and hygienist to ensure you have the right preventive strategy in place for you.
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