Vaping, or smoking electronic cigarettes, continues to grow in popularity among smokers. Many perceive vaping as being less harmful than traditional tobacco cigarettes. Research has shown that e-cigarettes are actually more damaging.
When it comes to possible damage to teeth and gums, the jury is still out as to whether vaping is less harmful than smoking traditional cigarettes.
What is known is that vaping can cause:
– Dry mouth
– Inflamed gums
– Receded gums
The chemicals found in e-cigarettes also “have the potential to be carcinogenic” and any dentist will advise against both forms of smoking. Read more about vaping and dental health at https://yourdentalhealthresource.com/can-vaping-impact-your-oral-health/