Oral Health for Pregnant Women
On this page:
- Oral Health During Pregnancy: baby on board; extra care needed - Dental Practice Education Research Unit
- Oral Health and Pregnancy - Australian Dental Association
- Teeth and Pregnancy - Better Health Channel
- Advice for Pregnant Women - Dental Health Services Victoria
- Keep Smiling While Pregnant - NSW Health
- Keeping Your Teeth and Gums Healthy During Pregnancy - WA Department of Health
- Oral Health and Pregnancy - Queensland Health
- National Maternal and Child Oral Health Resource Centre - Georgetown University
Oral Health During Pregnancy: baby on board; extra care needed - Dental Practice Education Research Unit
This Oral Health During Pregnancy: Baby on Board; Extra Care Needed pamphlet contains information for pregnant women including how to keep gums healthy, pregnancy hormones and the impact on oral health, morning sickness and food cravings, dental visits, smoking and tooth decay.
The Australian Dental Association provides oral health and pregnancy information regarding food cravings, morning sickness, gum disease, and pregnant mother's oral health as well as downloadable information for pregnant women about oral hygiene, tooth development, healthy eating, pregnancy, oral trauma and FAQ's.
The Better Health Channel page provides information for pregnant women regarding teeth and pregnancy including dental diseases that can affect your baby, pre-pregnancy dental health, causes of dental health problems, vomiting, tooth brushing issues, food cravings, calcium intake, vitamin D, and additional resources and links. This information is quality assured by the Victorian Government.
Dental Health Services Victoriaprovides advice for pregnant women about protecting unborn babies health, morning sickness, gum disease, smoking and public dental appointment arrangements. Their Dental Health Advice page contains oral health information and advice for all stages of life.
This Keep Smiling While Pregnant brochure provides information for pregnant women regarding gum health, eating and drinking healthily and teeth cleaning.
This Keep Your Teeth and Gums Healthy During Pregnancy pamphlet has information for pregnant women including tooth decay and pregnancy, bleeding gums, X-rays and unborn babies tooth development.
Queensland Health provides Oral Health and Pregnancy information for pregnant women about keeping gums healthy, calcium needs and sources and keeping teeth clean
The National Maternal and Child Oral Health Resource Centre provides information for pregnant women and parents in English and Spanish that provide information on keeping babies healthy with good oral health, and good oral health practices for pregnant mothers.