How Smoking Can Impact Your Oral Health

It is not news that smoking is bad for you. The habit is a leading risk factor for chronic, respiratory and heart diseases, according to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. On top of this, it can also negatively affect your teeth and mouth, not only by contributing to bad breath and gum disease, but also by increasing the risk of mouth and throat cancer.

Keep reading to learn more about how smoking can affect your oral health, and what you can do to maintain healthy teeth.

Some smoking-related risks

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