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Tobacco and your oral health

by Arden G. Christen

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Published by Quintessence Pub. in Chicago, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Oral medicine -- Popular works.,
  • Mouth -- Diseases -- Etiology.,
  • Tobacco -- Pathophysiology.

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title.

    StatementArden G. Christen, Jennifer A. Klein.
    ContributionsKlein, Jennifer A.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC815 .C5184 1997
    The Physical Object
    Pagination35 p. :
    Number of Pages35
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL678635M
    ISBN 100867153261
    LC Control Number97025101

    The Canadian Dental Association strongly advises against the use of tobacco products because of the unacceptable risks posed to general and oral health. You can improve your quality of life and overall health by making the decision to stop smoking. Tobacco Products Smoking tobacco can affect the appearance and health of your mouth and gums. Tobacco & Oral Health Tobacco has serious negative effects not only for your overall health, but specifically the soft and hard tissues of your mouth. Both smoking and chewing tobacco have serious risks, including oral cancer, gum disease, poor healing after surgery, receding gums, and tooth decay.

    How smoking affects more than your lungs. The effects of smoking on your overall health are well known – a high risk of developing lung cancer, breathing problems, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease () the list goes you may not know that smoking can lead to oral health problems and make it more difficult to treat those problems, too. Tobacco was introduced into Europe by the explorers of the New World; however, many rulers prohibited its use and penalized offenders. By the end of the 19th cent. mass production of cigarettes had begun, and the smoking of cigarettes became prevalent as the use of .

    Here’s How Tobacco Consumption Affects Your Oral Health Dentists, around the world, continually tell people to stay away from tobacco products. Though these products are bad for the body, in general, their effect on the oral cavity is the worst. In this article, we discuss in detail how tobacco and tobacco products affect oral health. Smoking and Oral Health Status Wayne J. Millar, MA, MSc; David Locker, BDS, PhD ABSTRACT Clinical studies suggest that smokers have a higher than average risk of periodontal disease and poor oral health status. In , the Canadian Community Health Survey — a multistage, nationwide household survey — asked a series of questions related to oral.


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Authors: Arden G. Christen Jennifer A. Klein Complete with text and graphics, this quick guide to oral health for smokers describes the effects of cigarette smoking such as facial wrinkling, bad breath, stained teeth, gum disease, tooth wear, oral cancer, and other problems.

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Topics include bad breath, dental abrasion, periodontal disease, oral cancer, hairy tongue, wound healing, and chronic sinusitis. oral health care team. He or she provides professional treatment and advice to help prevent gum disease and dental cavities, as well as to support and promote total wellness.

Smoking and Your Oral Health The Four D’s* 1. Drink Water – Water with crushed ice helps flush nicotine out of your system faster and helps satisfy oral cravings. If you need free and impartial advice about your oral health, contact our Dental Helpline by email or call (local rate call in the UK).

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