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Ask mothers if they have a dental home or in need of oral health resources. If they do not have a dentist or if urgent care is needed, direct them to the Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition of Georgia Resource Portal.
Clients covered by Medicaid need to bring a completed DMA 635 form, which can be found and in the GAMMIS portal.
During the first prenatal education workshop, provide the following assessment:
Teach the following topics during prenatal education:
Advise clients to bring a “dental note” from their primary care providers to their dentists, stating that dental work is safe for the client.
Provide handouts at front desk and/or during prenatal education workshops.