You need to visit a periodontist and undergo a cleaning procedure.Most of the dental procedures are safe during the second trimester.Do consult your gynecologist and obtain their consent for the dental procedures.
Dr Suman Makam
Dear Practo User,
It looks like you are suffering from pregnancy gingivitis. It is quite common during pregnancy. You can visit a dentist nearby for thorough evaluation.
Arham Dental Care, Delhi
It is pregnancy induced gingivitis. Don't worry it is a common problem in certain females. Get your oral prophylaxis done which is a safe procedure and certain maintenance criterias will be required such as mouth rinses gum massage etc. But a prophylaxis for sure
It seems u r suffering from peridontitis .Its one of the most common complaint among pregnant female patients as the body need more nutrition during this phase you should take good diet rich in Vit c n multivitamin minerals.Deficiency of Vit C leads to gum recession ,loosening ,food deposition .Kindly get scaling done followed by maintainance of oral health,mouth rinse ,gum massage to get healthy gums.
Bleeding gums during pregnancy is referred pregnancy gingivitis. This occurs due to hormonal imbalance during pregnancy.Try to visit nearby dentist once as ignorance may lead to further problems.Proper brushing and flossing should be done.Avoid taking sweets..include more Vitamin C in your diet.it will reduce bleeding gums.
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