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While it is common knowledge that smoking, alcohol use, and drug use contribute to pre-term labor, low birth weight infants, periodontal disease is just another risk factor to pregnancy problems.  

Some studies have suggested that pregnant women with periodontal infection are more likely to have a low birth weight premature baby.  To confirm how this oral disease affects pregnancy outcomes still requires more research. 

Any infection no matter the origin is cause for concern for a pregnant woman because they poses a risk to the health of the baby.  We recommend that women considering pregnancy have a periodontal evaluation.

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Besides the friendly staff and doctor and a clean facility, my appointments were made very fast. My experience at your office was life changing.


I just wanted to thank you all so much for taking me in so last minute! Everything healed well and so far there have been no complications. The visit was a very pleasant experience. Thank you so much again for helping me in such a jam. I truly appreciate it. All the best to the office.

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My dental treatment was easier than I expected and what made it 'do-able' were the friendly and helpful staff and doctors. Your facility was relaxing and clean. I feel confident in referring my family and friends ....already have!

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