Smoking causes cancer and respiratory system issues, but the damage goes farther. This article focuses on smoking's effects on the mouth. How smoking damages teeth:
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There are temporary solutions, such as using mouthwash, but a persistent problem that causes bad breath needs dental care.
Nicotine overshadows our senses, therefore smoking may affect taste. This makes identifying damaged food difficult.
Most prevalent dental condition, especially for smokers. Over 40% of 20-64-year-old smokers had untreated caries. Smoking doubles the risk of untreated tooth decay in those 65 and older.
Smoking causes gum disease and jaw tooth loosening. Ignoring loose teeth may lead to tooth loss and expensive restorations. 40% of 65-plus smokers have lost teeth.