Thinking about Having A Baby, Or Recently Pregnant?

Thinking about Having A Baby, Or Recently Pregnant?


If you're considering getting pregnant, or are already expecting, concern over the status of your teeth might not be at the top of your list as of late. However, if you're early enough into a pregnancy, or planning one, you should actually schedule an appointment to see Dr. Freeman sooner rather than later.  If your stack of pregnancy-related reading material hasn't already included a chapter on oral health, let us help by providing you the short version as to why you should make that appointment soon.

Good oral health is the key to good overall health. You know that already. And during pregnancy, your oral health contributes to the health of your baby. Here are a few things to be mindful of in the coming months as you plan your pregnancy:

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