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Bir A baby, a tooth ne ne How true is the saying of our great mothers? In this article you will have the opportunity to learn how much of these and similar beliefs are true. Dentist Metin Ağca reminds us that teeth and gums are more sensitive during pregnancy.
Fluor is not important for our dental health…
Fluorine has long been proven to have a real effect in preventing tooth decay. When applied locally, fluorine enamel enamel to strengthen the enamel. Therefore, your dentist may advise you to use a fluoride-containing toothpaste. Likewise, fluorine-containing tablets are included in the group of drugs recommended by dentists. It is used by melting in the mouth
The tablets provide strengthening of the enamel of the expectant mother. However, it is important to note that overdose fluorine does not harm the benefit. In this way, an unpleasant discoloration of the teeth may occur when fluorine is taken. The recommended maximum daily fluorine dose for adults is 1 mg.
Gums are more sensitive during pregnancy
Like all other mucosal organs, gums are susceptible to hormonal changes and increases. Hormonal changes resulting from pregnancy often cause significant problems in the body and mouth, while gum inflammation can also cause. The gums swell, turn red and often bleed at the slightest touch. This type of gum inflammation seen during pregnancy starts in the second month of pregnancy and disappears when the 8th month is entered. Usually it disappears completely immediately after birth. However, if you underestimate this condition, the problem becomes more serious and you can process the jaw bones and supporting tissues to which the teeth are attached, and parodontitis may face a further gingivitis. In order to eliminate all these problems as soon as they occur, seeing a dentist when you see the slightest symptom will be the healthiest way for you and your baby to be born. your dentist will guide you through the specific hygiene recommendations your situation requires.
A Child With Beautiful Teeth Is More Lucky Diş
In general there is a belief in society that the child of a beautiful toothed mother will also have beautiful teeth. Is there any real part of it? If we examine the teeth development of the fetus closely, we think that we have answered this question: The formation of milk teeth in the fetus starts to occur gradually in the first 7 and 8 weeks of pregnancy. During the third month of pregnancy, mineralization is seen in these teeth. Molar teeth begin to form in the 3rd and 4th months and tooth mineralization finds the 8th month of pregnancy. The reasons why infections and drugs used during pregnancy may have negative effects on the formation of the teeth of the baby to be born can be better understood. In the same way, the fluoride that the mother has taken before and during the pregnancy exceeds the placenta wall and ensures the healthy development of the baby in the second trimester.
Tooth treatment during pregnancy will harm the fetus…
It is known that there are significant changes in the body prepared for motherhood in the first weeks of pregnancy. During this period, you may feel that your physical and mental condition is upside down. Therefore, dentists avoid all kinds of dental and gingival treatments as much as possible, especially during the first 3 months of pregnancy.
The second trimester of pregnancy can be described as a calmer period for the organism. Therefore, this period is very suitable for dental treatments and extractions. As you approach the birth, you cannot sit comfortably in the dentist's chair because of the growing abdomen. It is not possible for the dentist to work comfortably. During this period, the uterus compresses the large vessels in the pelvis, and as the sitting time of the pregnant woman prolongs, this pressure may cause the blood pressure to drop and even a slight faint.
In the last three months, your dentist will choose to discontinue dental extraction or treatment after birth for your comfort and health, except in the event of an emergency.
Caries should be followed much better than normal times
Neglecting a simple tooth decay in the mouth can lead to complete tooth inflammation and, consequently, tooth abscess. As we said before, all kinds of infections during pregnancy can have harmful consequences for the fetus. So when you decide to get pregnant, if you haven't been to the dentist for a long time and you're not sure how your oral health is, you'll have to see a dentist immediately. Your dentist will tell you what your dental health is like, whether treatment is needed, and when. It will also remind you of some hygiene rules you should follow:
• Brush your teeth with a fluorinated toothpaste at least 3 times daily. After consuming ready-to-drink acidic juices due to the confectionery, multi-sugar foods and preservatives it contains, brush your teeth according to your physician's advice
• Rinse your mouth with carbonated tooth water at the times recommended by your doctor. These waters have positive effects such as neutralizing acids in the mouth.
'General Blood: A Child = A Tooth'
• TRUE AND WRONG
This general opinion is both true and false says Dt. Text to the tree. The baby obtains the necessary minerals from the mothers body during the development process. therefore, the expectant mother should be careful to consume nutrients that contain these minerals adequately. Particularly adequate calcium intake is very important. However, in contrast to bone development, the fetus completes tooth development independently of the factors affecting the mother's dental health. Therefore, the fact that the expectant mother carries a baby in her belly does not mean the disappearance of mineral salts in the body.
The belief that 'a baby = a tooth' can only be valid for women to be more susceptible to decay in pregnancy. The rate of acid in saliva increases due to pregnancy. This leads to the deterioration of tooth enamel and facilitates the work of bacteria that cause caries.
Considering all these, mothers who have poor oral health before pregnancy may experience caries and tooth loss during and after pregnancy.