Welcome back! We are happy to announce we have re-opened the office and have resumed providing dental care to the community, with additional safety protocols.

Every smoker should realize that smoking has a major impact on their dental health and increases tooth loss, leads to periodontal disease, and further health complications. Many of us are aware that smoking affects your breath, stains your teeth, but many smokers do not know that it also leads to a loss of smell, less ability to taste, and causes complications and delays in healing from dental procedures.

Dental Health Awareness

If you are a smoker, now is the perfect time to make an appointment for a complete dental checkup. Dr. Mulandi and his team will provide you with important information about smoking and dental health. Meanwhile, make sure that you maintain proper daily dental hygiene. It is extra important as a smoker than you brush your teeth and tongue daily, floss after every meal, and use mouthwash.

Smoker’s Addiction

Most smokers are addicted to the nicotine contained in cigarettes. Consequently, it is difficult to simply just kick the habit, but it may be well-worth the effort and just might save your teeth and health.

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