Ready to conceive after 35 or thinking about delaying childbearing? Learn the facts from medical professionals regarding a woman’s fertility after age 35.
Learn about what to expect during pregnancy after age 35 from real women and medical professionals who specialize in treating the mature mother.
Physiologic changes to teeth and gums are quite common during pregnancy. Some of the changes might be very noticeable while others are more subtle. These changes can include pregnancy gingivitis, benign oral gingival lesions, tooth mobility, tooth erosion, dental caries, and periodontitis.
Shannon M. Clark, MD is a double board certified OBGYN and Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialist and women’s health expert with a special interest in fertility, pregnancy and motherhood after age 35. Click here to Meet Dr. Clark!