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Which of the following is a FALSE statement?
Which of the following is a TRUE statement?
A pregnancy granuloma:
A pregnant patient asks you for guidance about having dental treatment during her pregnancy. What would you say?
What guidance should you give a pregnant patient about having dental x-rays during her pregnancy?
What oral health guidance should you give a pregnant patient?
If a pregnant woman has an oral abscess in the first trimester, what should she do regarding treatment?
Which of the following statements is most true about amalgam (silver and mercury) fillings placed during pregnancy?
What can pregnant women do after vomiting to reduce the risk of enamel erosion?
All of the following conditions can cause worsening gingivitis EXCEPT: