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Smoking

Eight out of 10 teens who try smoking get hooked. In regards to your oral health, smoking will:

  • Stain your teeth and gums
  • Contribute to bad breath
  • Increase your risk of developing oral cancer and gum disease

If you notice inflammation or changes in your mouth, talk to your dentist.

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