December 6, 2019
by CBC News
While lung injuries related to vaping continue to raise concerns among doctors, many people don’t know the impact vaping can have on your teeth and mouth. And it’s alarming dentists.
That’s because nicotine is the main ingredient found in e-juices. While the amounts can vary among different products, e-juices also contain chemicals. When mixed and heated, the juices becomes an aerosol that experts say can be toxic to your teeth.
“It is not harmless,” said Prof. Mahmoud Rouabhia, an immunologist in the faculty of dentistry at Laval University in Quebec City.
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