What does smoking tobacco do to your teeth?
Maybe not harmful, but very annoying. Not only will your clothes and the room in which you smoke tobacco start to smell of smoke, it also gives you bad breath.
When you smoke tobacco, you damage your oral tissues all the time. This increases your risk of gum disease and gum disease. This can lead to breakdown of the underlying jaw bone (periodontitis), cavities and even oral cancer. Also, wounds in your mouth can heal worse due to the use of tobacco. This can cause problems after, for example, pulling a tooth.
In extreme cases, tobacco smoking can also lead to implant loss.