"You see this tooth right here? Lost it in my last pregnancy and it's just too expensive to replace."
Studies also show that the more children a person births, the more likely they are to experience tooth loss.
"Despite the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists' recommendation that treatment of dental issues not be delayed in pregnancy, some pregnant people are still turned away and told to return after pregnancy for root canals, tooth restoration, extractions and other dental treatments and procedures. Conditions that would require immediate treatment outside of pregnancy should not be delayed because of pregnancy, as this delay in treatment may lead to more complex problems."
"I shared my video because I want other people to know that [tooth loss] is OK to talk about and that they're not alone and no one should be embarrassed of the things that can possibly happen to your body when you have children. Giving life is a gift, and [everything] that comes with it should be known," she concluded.