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If I were to get pregnant two weeks before having my top two wisdom teeth extracted (not going under, just having them numbed and pulled) would that be a danger to baby??
Most dentists really won’t do much of anything till your second trimester. I had a cavity and they wouldn’t treat it until I was in my second tri. Which, once there, in my second tri, it was no issue and got my filling. So yeah they will Probably advise you to wait. First trimester is almost always the highest risk point for baby. So plan wisely.
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