Smoking not only affects our overall heath, but also our oral health.
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The mouth is the first point of impact during smoking or tobacco use.
The smoke that is inhaled burns the oral tissues, which produces a keratosis. This is where the top layer of the skin cells thickens.
Smoking blocks off or damages salivary glands and the result is dryness in the mouth.
So, does this mean smokers can’t get dental implants? No!
Watch this video to learn how smoking makes getting dental implants more challenging and what precautions you need to take before and after surgery.
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