Mahnoor Khan, Nimrah Syed, Hamza Khan
Aim: We analyzed the connections between hazard factors manageable to intercession and the probability of dental consideration use during pregnancy. Methods: We utilized information from the Washington State Department of Health's Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System. Our current research was conducted at Jinnah Hospital, Lahore from May 2019 to April 2020. Results. Of the women surveyed, 58% did not provide details about the dental care they received during their pregnancy. Among women with no dental problems, those who did not accept dental care were at unique risk for not having been referred for oral medical services, being overweight and smoking. Among women who received dental care, those with dental problems were necessarily paid less and included in the Medicaid program than those without dental problems. Conclusion: There is a requirement for upgraded schooling and preparing of maternity care suppliers concerning oral wellbeing in pregnancy.