Month: July 2018

smoker's teeth

How to Fix Smokers Teeth

Following quite a while of smoking, your teeth are probably going to be recolored. You may have various holes not yet filled, and the gum disease with it. As the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) brings up, smokers will probably create gum infection than non-smokers. The following are tips on how to fix Read More

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Skin Damage Caused By Smoking

Smoking is bad for skin and especially your face, whether it’s directly smoking or second hand smoke. It will make most people look older, and classic smokers face is not attractive. Quitting is great if you can do it, although you probably can not entirely reverse prior skin damage and other negative health consequences as well. Read More