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:Is It Safe To Receive Dental Implants During Pregnancy?

Posted on 3/20/2023 by Evan
:Is It Safe To Receive Dental Implants During Pregnancy?Most individuals aren't aware of the significant impact that being pregnant has on your dental health, despite the fact that pregnancy has a significant impact on your body in a variety of different ways. For example, morning sickness that lasts for a long time may cause enamel degradation, raising the risk of tooth decay. The rush of hormones may also create swelling in your gums, which increases the likelihood that you will develop gum disease. Because of the increased dangers, Experts strongly advise pregnant women to make it a priority to seek out routine preventive care.

Things work a little bit differently if you're expecting a child regarding other forms of dental care, such as restoring your teeth. Even though tooth loss is an issue that should be addressed as soon as possible, it is not considered a priority. Even though dental implant surgery can be performed after the first trimester of pregnancy, most dentists prefer to wait until the patient is no longer pregnant before performing the procedure.

Implant Surgery May Be Dangerous During Pregnancy

Local anesthetic is generally thought to be perfectly safe for pregnant women; however, implant surgery often needs something a little bit stronger, which creates a higher risk of complications. Because of this, some antibiotics cannot be used during pregnancy, even though they would be required after surgery to avoid infections. Additionally, dental implant surgery may affect your stress levels, which in turn may cause an increase in your blood pressure, a reduction in the amount of blood that flows to the placenta, and other issues.

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