Can toothache during pregnancy be treated?

Be very careful when taking drugs during pregnancy. Many drugs cannot be taken during pregnancy. Can dental pain during pregnancy be treated?

Generally speaking, dental treatment is not recommended if it is not an emergency in the first 3 months of pregnancy. The second three months are also from the fourth to the sixth month. If you must treat your teeth, you can choose to treat them under the guidance of a doctor during this period. Later, that is, the last 3 months, it is not suitable for long-term dental treatment such as tooth extraction.

However, if you have pulpitis or apical inflammation, you must go to the hospital as soon as possible. Early treatment to prevent the disease from worsening is beneficial to both pregnant women and fetuses. Some anesthetics are usually used in stomatology department, and the dosage of some anesthetics is very small, which will not have great influence on fetus and pregnant mother.

If toothache is caused by excessive internal heat, you can try to eat more cool fruits and vegetables, such as tomatoes, bitter gourd, cucumbers, etc., which can effectively reduce internal heat. When toothache occurs, you can cook some liquid foods, such as nutrition porridge and thick soup, so that toothache will not affect the intake of nutrition. It is suggested that the diet should be light and easy to digest, eat less and eat more meals to prevent overeating, spicy, greasy fried and sour. In addition, you should eat more foods rich in vitamins and protein, such as fresh vegetables, fruits, milk and lean meat.

First of all, mothers should find out what caused toothache. Pregnant women can’t decide on their own medication, so they should go to the hospital to see what causes toothache. If toothache is caused by periodontitis and dental caries, it needs to be treated under the guidance of a doctor.

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