What Does Vaping Do To Your Teeth?

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Just like almost everything related to vaping, the way vaping affects your teeth is not something that everyone agrees on. While some people believe vaping doesn't do anything to your teeth, others believe that it hurts them. So, where do we stand?


One of the things that you need to understand is that even though vaping doesn't include tobacco, it still contains nicotine. And nicotine can affect your teeth.


No matter if you are an ex-smoker or not, you know that smoking tobacco can hurt your teeth, among so many other things. According to the American Dental Association, the nicotine and the tar are the ones responsible for staining your teeth. Besides, when you smoke, this may affect your taste and it can even cause bad breath.



So, How Does Vaping Affects Your Teeth?


In order to answer this question, there is nothing better than showing you the evidence.

A couple of years ago, a study was conducted to determine how your teeth are affected after 60 and 120 days. This study involved 110 tobacco smokers who switched to e-cigarettes.


The participants who smoked about 20 cigarettes a day before the study began noticing that their gum and tooth health improve a lot after they switched to e-cigarettes. Researchers also noticed the positive effects including the "constant reduction bacterial plaque on teeth surfaces” in all of the former smokers.


Then, all participants had to do a self-assessment test and all the participants to were smokers and switched to e-cigarettes said that they all noticed an improvement in both their taste and smell.


According to the researchers, they claim that this was due to the non-ingestion of tobacco but only the ingestion of nicotine.



So, Does Vaping Damage Your Teeth?


According to several different studies, nicotine affects in a negative way your mouth, tongue, and gums. In addition, it can also lead to the development of periodontitis and gingivitis.


So, according to these studies, it doesn't matter how you are ingesting nicotine. You can be smoking tobacco cigarettes, vaping, or any other form that your oral health will always be affected.


Since the study is still very recent, there is the need to wait for more time to see the real effects that vaping has in your oral health.



Here's How To Prevent The Negative Effects On Your Mouth When You Vape

#1: Switch To Low Or No-Nicotine Vape Juice

 Since according to multiple studies nicotine tends to affect your oral health, you can definitely look for a different vape juice that has less or is even free of nicotine. With such a wide variety of flavors available in the market, you can be sure that you'll find a good juice for you.



#2: Drink A Lot Of Water

While drinking a lot of water throughout the day is that kind of advice that you keep hearing, the truth is that it can help you when you vape.

 One of the main risks to oral health are related to dehydration. So, by making sure that you drink a lot of water, you may be preventing the bad effects of nicotine on your tooth. 

Last updated on April 11th 2019.
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