Electronic cigarettes are perceived as being better for health than traditional tobacco products but the chemicals they contain may be damaging teeth and gums. Among the chief constituents of the e-liquid used in e-cigarettes are propylene glycol, glycerine and tobacco and each of these substances can adversely impact on oral health.
Associated with these chemicals are:
- Dry mouth
- Damaged oral tissue
- Damaged tooth enamel
Users of e-cigs should see a dentist regularly to check on any possible harm being done by their usage as they are “a threat to oral health” and you can read more at https://www.perioimplantadvisory.com/articles/2019/01/vaping-and-oral-health-it-s-worse-than-you-think.html.