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We are excited to announce our eighth annual SmileCOS Free Dental Day on 11/03/23!

This event is the highlight of our year. It is a way for us to say thank you to the Colorado Springs community as well as make a positive difference in the lives of others.

We are accepting nominations now so please fill out this Nomination Form and tell us who and why we could serve with the benefit of Free Dental Care.

Please hurry though as this is a scheduled Dental Day and availablity is limited.

Note that this will not be first come first serve, it will be scheduled in advance. If you miss scheduling we will have a short call list for any cancellations day of.

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Can I Go to the Dentist When Breastfeeding?

Posted on 2/7/2022 by SmileCOS Dentistry
Can I Go to the Dentist When Breastfeeding?If you are breastfeeding, you might be wondering if you can go to the dentist while doing so. Many mothers are always confused about what to do if they need to fix tooth issues because they do not know the answer to this question. But do not worry because this article will help answer that question and provide some helpful suggestions on how to make this happen safely.

Will I Get A Dental Procedure Done When I Am Breastfeeding?

Some mothers choose to breastfeed while they receive treatment, while others decide it is best for them and their child if they do not go for dental work. Ultimately, your choice is up to you. But here are some things you might consider when making that decision. Ask yourself how long do dental procedures take? A dental procedure will generally last between 30 minutes and an hour, depending on its complexity. Does anesthesia affect breast milk? In most cases, this will depend on your current condition. But it is always important to inform your dentist that you are breastfeeding, and he will inform you whether the anesthesia will affect your baby or not.

What are the benefits of breastfeeding while visiting the dentist?

When your dental health is in good condition, your child will benefit from your milk's high levels of antibodies that help boost his immune system. Breastfeeding usually encourages a sense of closeness between you and your baby, which has been linked to improved emotional development in later life. But you should know that if you have oral diseases, it might impact your breast milk, which will later lower your child's immunity. Therefore, it is essential to talk to your dentist from time to time to ensure your baby is safe. Also, know that babies who were breastfed are less likely to get cavities when they start consuming solid foods.

While breastfeeding and visiting the dentist is a challenging topic for many mothers, it is important to seek more information from our experts to know what you should do before booking an appointment.
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