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Thank you for dropping by our stand at the Pregnancy and Baby Fair.

It was lovely to meet you and share our Oral Health tips with you for pregnancy and/or your child.

You can enter our competition below and here, you will also find some useful Oral Health information from our experts to guide you through your Pregnancy and the early stages of your child’s life.

Competition is now closed!

The competition is now closed. See you next year!

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Is it true that your gums bleed more easily when you are pregnant?

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Teething Tots

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Dental Emergencies

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I am pregnant and my gums bleed every time I brush. Is there anything I should be doing?

There is no need to be concerned at this increased tendency for your gums to bleed when you are pregnant.
Caring For Your Child’s Teeth

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Child Oral Health Checklist

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