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Pregnant women with periodontal disease have a greater chance of premature delivery, or also that the baby is born very low birth weight.
Today has not been able yet to determine whether periodontitis is a risk factor that affects directly generating premature birth or whether it is an indirect interaction.
Anyway, if it is found that substances that are generated in the gums due to inflammation directly affect the uterus leading to premature contractions. This also occurs when there is a continued deterioration of the gingiva.
Women who are pregnant or plan to become pregnant should go to a consultation with your dentist to remove all dental problems during pregnancy because both teeth and gumsneed special care and attention due to hormonal changes that occur in the body.
Pregnancy gingivitis can be treated and controlled with good oral hygiene, regular use of dental floss and interdental brushes, balanced diet and a professional cleaning.
There are symptoms such as swollen gums, red or bleeding that demonstrate a pregnancy gingivitis, but the plates and no hormones that cause inflammatory problems. It is therefore essential to keep teeth clean and sweet substitute for fresh fruits, vegetables and dairy products.
It is important to make a visit to the dentist to be informed the pregnancy, telling also any type of discomfort and if needed some treatment, the dentist can deal with the doctor what medicine to be supplied to not affect pregnancy.