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Hello doctor,i am getting toothache hardly and i am 7th month pregnant is tooth removal safe during pregnancy.please suggest me.its needful
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Consult your Gynae dr,extraction or root canal treatment of the tooth can be safely done.
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Hello Mam, you can consult your gynaecologist if you are fit for tooeh removal.Root canal would be a safer procedure than removal at this stage. Regards Dr Suman
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If problem is acute, you can go for extraction under antibiotic cover, as such no absolute contraindication for it, only a bit of precautions.
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Hello, visit a dentist and get a checkup done. it is better to avoid the extraction at this time. the dentist will give you a proper treatment plan and do the needful.
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Yes if its removal is the only choice than under proper supervision extraction should be done.
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Pregnancy is not a contra indication for dental treatment. If you have pain you should consult the dentist and check if root canal treatment is possible. If not then check with your gynecologist about your physical status and then get your tooth extracted. It is better done now than any time later. Cause once you get closer to your delivery date nobody will let you take dental treatment and you may have to suffer for long . So please do not waste time and get treated as soon as possible .
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