What is the risk of tooth decay for a pregnant woman? What is the risk of tooth decay for a pregnant woman?

What is the risk of tooth decay for a pregnant woman?

What is the risk of tooth decay for a pregnant woman?
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Dentist Anastasia Golikova points out that women who are planning to become pregnant should not postpone dental treatment because the mother’s tooth decay affects the child’s dental health in the future.

She says: “Researchers confirm that gum disease pathogens are transmitted through the umbilical cord to the fetus in the womb, meaning that the child, while still in his mother’s womb, is already infected with dental disease.”

According to her, intrauterine infection occurs throughout pregnancy. Against this background, the child's teeth may appear decayed.

For her part, Dr. Daria Kazakova, a specialist in obstetrics and gynecology, confirms that women should have their teeth examined and treated annually. Other health problems should not be neglected, before pregnancy and during pregnancy.

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