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Teeth problem

My teeth are decaying due to too much tobacco usage. I am brushing twice a day, but it's not helping. What can I do?
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Hi..my dear friend tobacco is a dangerous agent having capability of inducing oral cancer. You must have seen this advertisement coming before a cinema starts in every cinema hall. This shows how dangerous it could be. So, quit the habit and lead a healthy life. Tobacco can constantly irritate your oral mucosa leading to burning sensation of mouth and soreness of mouth. Undergo a full mouth check up , scaling of teeth and medications for regenerating a healthy oral mucosa. Cavities also can be treated. You can book appointment with me as I stay in Bangalore. Regards
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Stop chewing tobacco firstly.. Meet your nearest dentist for an examination of your oral mucosa. If u got tooth decay, it needs to be treated.
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Dr. Rashmi Punhani Bangalore | Pediatric Dentist
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Hi there ...try to quit tobacco usage gradually...tooth decay has lots of causes ... First visit a nearby dentist n get all the cavities treated...then keep your mouth clean to avoid cavities ... Moreover tobacco can cause cancer on longterm usage ... Take care !!!
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Teeth cannot decay due to tobacco, and your twice brushing will not be of any use . the ultimate solution for this is to quit tobacco, it will not only make your teeth clean but prevent you from mouth cancer , it's the most deadliest cancer and 80% of people using tobacco suffer from cancer , I would recommend you to stop using tobacco
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