Please stop smoking!


Please stop smoking!

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Dentaltown - The factors that increase the risk of gum disease include: 1. Cigarettes and Tobacco: Smoking and chewing tobacco are two of the major causes of periodontal disease. 2. Genetics-- Research proves that about 30% of the population is predisposed to gum disease. 3. Pregnancy-- Hormonal changes can make your gums sensitive and more susceptible to infection. 4. Medications-- Certain drugs such as steroids, cancer therapy drugs and oral contraceptives can affect your gums.

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Dentaltown - There are a “mouthful” of problems linked to tobacco use. Besides devastating effects to your heart and lungs, tobacco use is a significant risk factor in the development of periodontal disease. The sooner you kick the tobacco habit, the closer you will be to healthy gums!

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Wonderful effects of quitting? Smoking Ruins your teeth. Here is a guy I was patching up for years until everything went to hell. He needed a recon on the upper. Super nice guy. Here is his case immediate load from start to finish. Final restoration is FCZ layered and splinted. Soft tissue came out pretty nice . But it was thick so why not. Dentaltown Message Board www.dentaltown.co...

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Dentists’ Self-Perceived Role in Offering Tobacco Cessation Services: Results From a Nationally Representative Survey indicate the potential benefit of increasing training opportunities and promoting system changes to increase involvement of dental providers in conducting tobacco use treatment. Reimbursement models should be tested to assess the effect on dental provider practice patterns. www.cdc.gov/...

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Dentaltown - A new study shows that people today have more gum disease than people living 2,000 years ago. The main reason why modern people have more #gumdisease is #smoking. www.breakingnewse...

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Lungs of a non-smoker (left) and a smoker (right). Smoking is a leading cause of severe gum disease which leads to tooth loss and other disease thorough out the body. Smoking weakens your body's immune system and makes it harder to fight infections, including gum infections, which is a major cause of tooth loss. Once you have gum damage, smoking also makes it harder for your gums to heal. If you do smoke you have twice the risk for gum disease compared with a nonsmoker.

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No Butts About It: Tobacco has BIG effects on oral health! Find out more at healthyteeth.org/... from the Nova Scotia Dental Association @theNSDA which helps dentists be better dentists in service to Nova Scotians.

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Please stop smoking.

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Pregnant Jackie Kennedy enjoying a cigarette, 1963.

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What do you think about the CVS national drug store chain to stop selling tobacco at its 7,600 stores across the U.S.? Do you think it was the right thing to do? Do you think it was good for business? news.health.com/...

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Wanna Smoke? It Could Cost You A Tooth, The FDA Warns Teens. FDA Commissioner Dr. Margaret Hamburg unveils the agency's first-ever anti-smoking campaign. When it comes to convincing teenagers not to smoke, you gotta think short-term, the Food and Drug Administration says. www.npr.org/...

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Everybody knows cigarettes are expensive. What this video shows you is that the cost of smoking doesn't just come out of your wallet, it can literally also come out of your mouth. youtu.be/a_M9tTwLb9A

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Do you think this ad should be aired during the Super Bowl? youtu.be/cV6ON8FVqY4 If you cannot quit smoking then an electronic cigarette or chewing tobacco could be a safer alternative. “The Super Bowl Ad You Won’t See This Year” @elizalgray business.time.com...

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Smoking cigarettes is harmful to your teeth and gums.

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Tobacco smoke is a toxic mix of more than 7,000 chemicals & compounds, including benzopyrene. You can quit today. Ask your dentist or hygienist for help.

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Avoid Oral Cancer @biolaseinc

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Smoking Section. Everyone quits eventually.

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Smoking is one of the greatest risk factors in developing gum disease. Join the Great American Smokeout on November 21 for a healthier mouth and body.

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How is smoking linked to oral cancer?

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What happens when a smoker quits smoking over a 15 year timeline? Within 20 minutes your blood pressure, pulse rate and the temperature of your hands and feet have returned to normal. 8 hours Remaining nicotine in your bloodstream will have fallen to 6.25% of normal peak daily levels, a 93.75% reduction.

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Smoking by pregnant women is associated with an increased risk of cleft lip in the baby. #Dentist

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Please stop smoking...

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Non-Smoker vs. Smoker #Dentist

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  • Alex Sidorov
    Alex Sidorov

    бряхняяя...

  • Vanessa Pacheco
    Vanessa Pacheco

    :-# gag!!!

  • Betty
    Betty

    quit while you can.

  • Betty
    Betty

    Quit while you can

You can eliminate the biggest controllable risk factor for oral cancer by not smoking.

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5 reasons why. + periodontal disease #keepurteeth

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