A member asked:

Help i had teeth pulled about a month ago and the sheet they gave me said not smoke because of my gums is this true?

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Dr. Peter Susanin answered

Specializes in Dentistry - Periodontics

Smoking: It is a reasonable recommendation to limit or restrict the amount of smoke that enters a mouth for obvious health reasons. It has been documented that less smoke is better for not only gum health but also for over all health.

Answered 2/20/2015



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