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Dental Care During Pregnancy

Most people understand it is important to take care of themselves while they are pregnant. However, many people do not realize how important proper dental care is during pregnancy. Visiting the dentist before, during and after being pregnant is very important for the health of both mother and baby.

Our helpful dental infographic helps people understand what is important about their oral health during each stage of their pregnancy. Please take a moment to check this out and to share it with others you know who may be pregnant or planning to become pregnant.

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This post is dedicated to my sister-in-law who gave birth to a beautiful baby named Kyara and also dedicated to my sister who is going through pregnancy right now <3

Dr. Tunesha Mohabeer (Nesha)

Dr. Tunesha Mohabeer

My name is Tunesha Mohabeer , Dental Surgeon/ Dentist at Ebene Mauritius. I love writing and reading. My patients call me Dr. Nesha. I have a passion for the work I do, I believe that dentistry is science combined with art and physics. I studied Stomatology in People's Republic of China, stomatology is basically half medicine and half dentistry after having completed my secondary education Cambridge O'Levels and A'Levels at the Queen Elizabeth College, Rose Hill. I am thankful to having chosen this field because I meet people from all walks of life, and we develop a friendly relationship. I hope toothandtips is helpful and please do not hesitate to comment and message. Thank you

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4 COMMENTS

  1. amitushar Posted on April 11, 2017 at 8:38 am

    I read a lot of problems for my child’s teeth to remedy.

    Reply
  2. teethingsymptoms Posted on April 13, 2017 at 9:01 am

    If you notice several of these teething symptoms together, it’s more likely that teething symptoms is to blame, but there’s always the chance that it’s something else.

    Reply
  3. nancybrown Posted on April 23, 2017 at 9:40 am

    thanks for Sharing wonderful tips…

    Reply
    1. Dr. Tunesha Mohabeer Posted on October 26, 2017 at 3:11 pm

      thank you! is there any topic you would like elaborate explanations?

      Reply
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