The Effects of Tobacco Smoking on Dental Health

Video Description: Jason Hecht DDS, NYU Dental School, explains the effects of tobacco smoking on dental health.
He talks about tobacco not being good for your teeth. It reduces the salivary flow in your mouth – the flow of saliva thus reducing the ability to protect your teeth from decay. It causes oral cancer, oral cancer kills 30,000 people in the US.

To talk to someone local in Atlanta, Duluth, Cumming, Johns Creek, Suwanee or Alpharetta call Dr. Ushma Patel at Center for Advanced Dentistry at 770-623-8750 or visit her on the web at http://www.JohnsCreekSedationDentist.com.

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One Response to “The Effects of Tobacco Smoking on Dental Health”

  1. litmon Says:

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