Smoking vs Oral Health

https://www.dhamadison.com/dental-hygiene/how-smoking-affects-your-teeth/

Risks

               Smokers are at high risk of developing mouth cancer, gum disease, delayed healing after gum surgery or extraction, root caries or decay, stained teeth, early wrinkles on face.

               Smokers also suffer from bad breath, throat irritaton, ruined the taste buds, early teeth loss, white mucosal lesion in the mouth.

Solutions

        It is not easy to quit smoking, but with professioal help and strong self desire will help make it easier. Joining a stop-smoking program as well as a nicotine replacement therapy will help you to quit smoking.

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Faith Kollie

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