Effects Of Smoking
& Oral Health
Health Problems of Smoking
Some of the oral effects of smoking are Gum disease, Tongue cancer, Stained teeth issues are all affiliated with smoking and yes there are others. The trick is to stop before it's too late. If you notice a change in your body, well you may be looseing the game, you know "of life". See a doctor and hope he does'nt say - i'm sorry but it's Game Over.
The damaging results of tobacco use on oral hygiene is well known.
The most significant burdens on the mouth are:
1 Oral cancers
2 Lesions that may lead to cancer
3 Increased chance of gum disease
4 Poor wound healing after surgery or extractions
Cancer of the tongue
Outcomes of Gum Disease
Additional Issues of Smoking
Smokers are more likely to have:
A. Smokers breath
B. Stained teeth
C. Altered taste sensations
D. Premature ageing. All consequences of Smoking.
Benefits of Quitting
The health of your mouth, gums and teeth will improve if you stop smoking.
Your sense of taste and smell will improve.
You will feel fitter and won't run out of breath so easily.
Think of the money you will save that you can spend on other enjoyable things.
You Can Quit
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