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People hoping to prevent emergency dentistry could be interested to hear that gingivitis is a common condition in women who have recently given birth.Inflammation to the gums caused by hormones and an increase in blood volume is fairly common during pregnancy, the Daily Telegraph reports.The condition, which affects around 50 per cent of ...READ MORE
A study has found the pregnant women who use emergency dentistry prevention could also help to avoid a premature birth. The study, which was carried out by a team of researchers at the University of Pennsylvania, found that using mouthwash can help to ensure a woman will go full term on her pregnancy. Those ...READ MORE
Women who are pregnant need to pay particular attention to their oral health regime in order to avoid emergency dentistry.This is according to a new article published in the healthcare journal General Dentistry, which warned that some conditions could be more prevalent among expectant mothers.Lead author Crystal McIntosh explained that swollen gums, ...READ MORE
Mothers-to-be who take calcium supplements could reduce the likelihood of their child needing emergency dentistry in the future.This is the conclusion of a new study in Argentina, which followed 195 children from before their birth until they were 12 years old, Made for Mums reports.Their mothers were either picked to take a calcium supplement ...READ MORE
Gum problems are common during pregnancy and emergency dentistry should be considered if they persist, according to one publication.Experts at WorlDental described how problems such as tenderness and bleeding are symptoms of the condition.Expectant mothers may find their gums become sore and swell, the news provider explained, although this should pass once ...READ MORE
Dental health should be a key concern for pregnant women.Women who are pregnant could be at a greater risk of miscarriage if they have poor oral health, it has been claimed.Beverley Beech, honorary chair of the Association for Improvements in the Maternity Services, said untreated gum disease could be one of the ...READ MORE
Tooth pain could be reduced with acupuncture.Anyone feeling pain after a cosmetic dentistry procedure may be able to reduce their discomfort through acupuncture, it has been claimed.Dr Mike Cummings, medical director at the British Medical Acupuncture Society, said because of the localised effects of acupuncture, the treatment could be an effective method ...READ MORE
Pregnant women should rememer to maintain good oral health.Pregnant women have been urged to ensure they maintain a good standard of oral health during the pregnancy after it emerged that bacteria from the mouth could play a part in premature births.Researchers at Case Western University in Cleveland, Ohio, noted a link between ...READ MORE
Dentists attending a symposium hosted by the Academy of Comprehensive Esthetics in Scottsdale, Arizona, have been told how they could help patients tackle a range of illnesses, not just those to do with the mouth.The organisation claimed good oral health could help reduce the likelihood of an individual having heart attacks, strokes, problems ...READ MORE
Gum disease in pregnant women could lead to premature childbirth, the Journal of Periodontology has claimed.According to the Jakarta Post, obstetrician Boy Abidin claimed women in the late stage of pregnancy who suffer from gum disease are more likely to suffer premature birth.However, many women do not feel they can have treatment ...READ MORE
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