Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Smokers dental

  • ATLANTA -- Smokers not only have more problems with their teeth than non-smokers, they also go to the dentist less often. Those are the findings of a new government survey, released Tuesday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • ATLANTA (AP) - A new government report finds that smokers have more problems with their teeth than non-smokers and they dont go to the dentist as often.
  • (My Fox Boston)
  • ATLANTA — A new government report finds that smokers have more problems with their teeth than non-smokers and they don't go to the dentist as often.
  • (Washington Post)
  • The CDC looked at 2008 survey responses from more than 16,000 adults ages 18 through 64. More than a third of smokers reported having three or more dental problems, ranging from stained teeth to jaw pain, toothaches or infected gums.
  • (Metronews.ca)
  • The main reason smokers said they avoided the dentist, the CDC authors noted, was that they couldnt afford dental treatment. The research showed cost was the number one reason adults with an oral health problem did not visit the dentist within six months.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • The judge noted, in evidence, that Mr Molumby had acknowledged he had a history of tooth extraction and was a heavy smoker before he first consulted Mr Tuohy on September 22th, 1998, about toothache.
  • (Irish Times)
  • At the same time, County Executive Troy Streckenbach succeeded in removing funding from the county budget to pay for a portion of the health and dental insurance coverage or other incentives to help smokers quit.
  • (Marshfield News-Herald)
  • because where are they getting dental insurance? And young people are getting oral cancer. "The most common statistic is the non-smoker under the age of 20 that's diagnosed with oral cancer from (human papillomavirus).
  • (Times-Leader)
  • Poor dental hygiene and different types of dental diseases are Regarding Jammu and Kashmir, it has been revealed that it has 67 per cent passive smokers, which is highest in the north region.
  • (New Kerala)
  • Thats the advice of the British Dental Health Foundation teeth and on the tongue will rot and can sometimes cause an unpleasant smell. If you are a smoker, kick the habit for the night, as tobacco also causes bad breath.
  • (Healthcanal.com)

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