Can smoking cause tooth pain
Cigarette smoking is a leading cause of tooth loss. Smoking also increases your risk for periodontal disease (gum disease) *MORE ( Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/can-smoking-cause-tooth-pain )
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- Can smoking cause tooth pain
- Cigarette smoking is a leading cause of tooth loss. Smoking also increases your risk for periodontal disease (gum disease) *MORE
- Is there any other solution to stop my teeth from pain, I've been...?
- Uh, if your teeth are hurting and you've been smoking methamphetamines...you might want to go see a dentist. Methamphetamines and crack can make you go toothless. Not sure if its caused by the drug or the lack of brushing. You brush your ...
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