One of the uncomfortable feelings you can experience while having a dental procedure is involuntary gagging. It can be very frustrating for both of you and your dentist. Gagging is when your pharyngeal reflex contract at the back of your throat, evoked by touching the roof of the mouth, the back of the tongue, the area around the tonsils, the uvula and the back you the throat.
Fortunately, there are ways to ease your gag reflex.
There’s a lot of physical changes that is happening when you are pregnant. Pregnancy causes hormonal changes that causes gum inflammation which increase the risk of gum disease that might affect the health of your unborn baby. A routine dental checkup can be done anytime during pregnancy.
Take it from the beautiful Cristine Reyes! Our surgeries are painless and comfortable! We assure our patients our treatments are fast and efficient without sacrificing quality. We only do it the #GAOCDental way!