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Baby due in two weeks, is it safe to have dental work?

Wednesday, Apr. 21st 2010 6:53 AM

I am due to have my child in two weeks.  My health is good and everything is going as planed.  My question is while I was eating I broke part of my back tooth off.  It was a corner piece of the tooth.  At first it did not really hurt me but a day latter and now I  have a toothache on the tooth I broke.

I never had teeth problems before but I am not sure if I should let this go until after the baby is born or not.  I really am in pain from the broken tooth and two weeks or a little more is a long time to wait. I will if  I have to but can a dentist do anything for me?

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  1. Susan Says:

    Well it can depend on what the dentist has to do to fix the tooth. They may advise waiting but still at least do something for the pain in the mean time. See a dentist as soon as possible and they can advise you on a coarse of action.

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