Alina Mihaela Calin, Ana Magdalena Bratu, Cristian Budacu, Lucian Indrei, Gheorghe Raftu, Dinu Ciprian
The beginning of a pregnancy brings with it oral changes in a woman’s body and can also have an impact on health. The first three months of pregnancy are critical, and proper oral rehabilitation during this period can help maintain the health of teeth and gums for both mother and fetal development. This article explores tips and precautions for oral rehabilitation in the first three months of pregnancy. During the first three months of pregnancy ( first quarter ), oral hygiene is particularly important, as hormonal fluctuations can increase susceptibility to dental and gingival problems. Anesthesia in dentistry in the first 3 months of pregnancy is a sensitive and complex subject. In general, you try to avoid exposure to chemicals and drugs in this activity, especially in the first 3 months, which are considered critical for embryonic development. However, there are situations where anesthesia may be needed to treat severe pain or to perform essential dental procedures.