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    An_246217 posted:
    Hello just a quick question. I know that you should not have certain dental work done during pregnancy but is that just for the first trimester? Thank you.
     
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    tbkittycat responded:
    It depends on what the dental work is. Most dentists will not do an x-ray on a pregnant woman, no matter what trimester she is in. If it's something that can be done using local anesthesia, that should be okay.
     
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    Haylen_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Good question!

    Here's a WebMD article with more info:

    Dental Care Before, During & After Pregnancy

    Interesting to note that, as a precautionary measure, dental treatments during the first trimester and second half of the third trimester should be avoided as much as possible.

    Be sure to discuss with your dentist!

    Haylen


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