How Smoking effects Oral Health!

It is National No Smoking Day Wednesday 13th March 2013. Wouldn’t it be great if everyone was smoke free?

No Smoking Day encourages people to STOP smoking giving support and Advice Swap Fags for Swag.

For those who have already taken the plunge and decided to use today as D-Day for kicking the habit, WELL DONE! The Smile Stylist team wish you all the luck in the world, keep us updated with how you’re getting on. Why not follow @NoSmokingDay on twitter or find them on facebook, to get some valuable support?

Smoking is bad for your health in more ways than one, and the extent damage it has on your oral health is profound. These are just a few problems smoking can lead to.

Smoking leads to dental problems, including:

  • Bad Breath
  • Tooth discoloration
  • Inflammation of the salivary gland openings on the roof of the mouth
  • Increased build up of plaque and tartar on the teeth
  • Increased loss of bone within the jaw
  • Increased risk of leukoplakia, white patches inside the mouth
  • Increased risk of developing gum disease, a leading cause of tooth loss
  • Delayed healing process following tooth extraction, periodontal treatment, or oral surgery
  • Lower success rate of dental implant procedures
  • Increased risk of developing oral cancer

Want a super sexy smile, but can’t afford it? Why not use the calculator on www.wequit.co.uk to see how much you could save. You’d be surprised, within a month, if you smoke 20 per day, you would have saved enough for some professional tooth whitening to get rid of those nasty nicotine stains.

Take part in the National No Smoking Day for tips & advice to quit remember you’re not on you own. Click the link below to take the first step.

SWAP FAGS FOR SWAG

There is also a fantastic app for phones that can be downloaded from www.smokefree.nhs.uk is particularly good, and if you need any advice of encouragement on how and why should quitting can benefit your oral health speak to the team at Smile Stylist.

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How Smoking effects Oral Health!

It is National No Smoking Day Wednesday 13th March 2013. Wouldn’t it be great if everyone was smoke free?

No Smoking Day encourages people to STOP smoking giving support and Advice Swap Fags for Swag.

For those who have already taken the plunge and decided to use today as D-Day for kicking the habit, WELL DONE! The Smile Stylist team wish you all the luck in the world, keep us updated with how you’re getting on. Why not follow @NoSmokingDay on twitter or find them on facebook, to get some valuable support?

Smoking is bad for your health in more ways than one, and the extent damage it has on your oral health is profound. These are just a few problems smoking can lead to.

Smoking leads to dental problems, including:

  • Bad Breath
  • Tooth discoloration
  • Inflammation of the salivary gland openings on the roof of the mouth
  • Increased build up of plaque and tartar on the teeth
  • Increased loss of bone within the jaw
  • Increased risk of leukoplakia, white patches inside the mouth
  • Increased risk of developing gum disease, a leading cause of tooth loss
  • Delayed healing process following tooth extraction, periodontal treatment, or oral surgery
  • Lower success rate of dental implant procedures
  • Increased risk of developing oral cancer

Want a super sexy smile, but can’t afford it? Why not use the calculator on www.wequit.co.uk to see how much you could save. You’d be surprised, within a month, if you smoke 20 per day, you would have saved enough for some professional tooth whitening to get rid of those nasty nicotine stains.

Take part in the National No Smoking Day for tips & advice to quit remember you’re not on you own. Click the link below to take the first step.

SWAP FAGS FOR SWAG

There is also a fantastic app for phones that can be downloaded from www.smokefree.nhs.uk is particularly good, and if you need any advice of encouragement on how and why should quitting can benefit your oral health speak to the team at Smile Stylist.

Comments are closed.