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Smoking vs vaping and teeth

The smokers teeth, a well-known phenomenon among smokers. We will explain what the effects of vaping vs your teeth are.

We are all familiar with the term "smoker’s teeth", whether we experience this ourselves or we know this from people around us. It is the yellow discolouration on the teeth that can occur because of smoking. Many people think that nicotine is the cause, but this is not directly the case. It is mainly the tar that causes the yellow discolouration. While using an e-cigarette, no tar is released, so the yellow discolouration does not occur.

A traditional cigarette always contains nicotine, while this is optional for e-liquids.

Nicotine is not directly harmful to the teeth, but it can cause vasoconstriction in the gums which can cause the blood flow to deteriorate. Detecting oral health problems can therefore be more difficult than for a non-smoker/vaper.

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