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Pregnancy involves many changes that affect the teeth and the composition of saliva. As these factors can increase the susceptibility to caries and periodontal disease, this should be taken into consideration both when performing oral hygiene and when treating lesions, anomalies that have already developed. The lack of these factors is responsible for the rapid deterioration of teeth during pregnancy and subsequent lactation.
Although there is no difference in the way pregnant women are treated compared to non-pregnant women, it is important to take the foetus into account when planning the materials used, diagnostic procedures (e.g. low-dose digital X-rays) and the scheduling of interventions, as the effects on the organism of the mother may also affect the child.
Therefore, it is fortunate that interventions are carried out in the first trimester, so that only possible maintenance treatments and monitoring are needed later, if required.