Dentistry Expert Dr. Jonice Thompson Withanachchi: Smoking


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How does smoking affect my mouth?

Smoking can have several effects on the oral cavity, including:

• Stained teeth • Decreased sense of taste and smell • Gum disease • Slow healing after a surgery or tooth removal • Oral cancer

Quitting is the only way to decrease these risks and prevent other tobacco-related health problems! It's so important to develop a plan and have a support network in your efforts to quit. Ask your dentist or doctor to see if there are any medications to help you stop using tobacco!

Dr. Jonice Thompson Withanachchi
93 Route 183, Stanhope, NJ
973-448-8989
www.stanhopefamilydentistry.com

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