Thursday, August 15, 2013

How Smoking Affects Your Teeth

It ain't pretty.  I found this information here: 

smoking affects your dental health

And it sounds quite accurate.  Smoking is bad for your body no matter how you look at it.

When we had a cadaver in lab, he had been a smoker for many years, and his lungs were jet black.  They were jet black from the inside to the outside.

Worse,  he had been soaked in formaldehyde for many months.  Upon opening the chest, we could smell cigarette smoke.

Please stop and think about it.

Risk Factor For Gum Disease

Toxic smoke also seems to increase your chances of having or getting gum disease.  The chances of having gum disease are already very high.  If you add smoke on top of it, it just makes for a bad deal.

Nothing good comes out of smoking.

Please stop as soon as possible!

smoking harms your dental healthSincerely,

  (no longer on vacation)

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