Pregnancy is an exciting time! Your body goes through incredible changes as you look forward to the arrival of your new little one. The last thing on your mind is a dental implant, but what should you do if you lose a tooth while expecting?
While it’s possible to get a dental implant during pregnancy, it might be best to wait. Your little one is rapidly developing and growing and caution should be exercised when considering any elective procedures. It’s recommended that dental implant surgery be put off until after the first trimester and ideally until after you’ve fully recovered from childbirth.
Facts To Consider
If you’re past your first trimester of pregnancy and have the approval of your obstetrician, you may have a few questions about dental implant surgery and the effects it may have on your child. A few common concerns are…
If you’re expecting and in need of dental implants, call your dentist for a consultation to find out if this is the right choice for you.
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Rowe Family Dental Care
2320 Satellite Blvd NW #120
Duluth, GA 30096
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