Researchers at the University of Rochester in New York have some interesting findings. E-cigarettes may cause gum disease and dental issues with prolonged use.
– E-cigarettes are not a healthier alternative to conventional cigarette smoking.
– Vapors from e-cigarettes cause the cells to release inflammatory proteins and may lead to oral diseases.
– The frequency and the amount of e-cigarettes smoked directly determine the level of damage to the gums and oral cavity.
The researchers also found that the flavoring chemicals used in e-cigarettes play a role in damaging cells in the mouth.
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