Does Smoking a Juul Cause Teeth to Turn Yellow?

Does Smoking a Juul Cause Teeth to Turn Yellow?

Many people have turned to a Juul, a type of e-cigarette in an effort to become “healthier” smokers. Rather than producing smoke, Juuls produce vapor, which does not contain any of the harmful chemicals found in a traditional cigarette.

Juuls use a liquid mixture of distilled water, nicotine, and flavoring ingredients to turn into vapor when inhaled. The good news is that these liquid ingredients don’t typically cause any yellow teeth, plaque buildup, or bad breath. However, since they do contain nicotine, they can hinder your ability to produce saliva and may put you at risk for dry mouth and cavities.

The good news, however, is that you can select how much nicotine you’d like your e-cigarette to contain. Of course, lower levels are better for your oral health. While e-cigarettes are safer than traditional cigarettes, they should still be avoided as much as possible as they can cause some oral issues.

If you are looking to quit smoking, let our team know as we can recommend several resources that can make the process easier. While ditching this habit is a challenge, it will be well worth it as it can lead to a healthier, happier you.

In addition, if you are bothered by yellow teeth caused by smoking, you can count on us for professional teeth whitening. With Zoom professional teeth whitening, your teeth can become up to eight shades whiter and you may be more motivated to quit.

Contact Wells Family Dental Group

For more information on e-cigarettes and how they may affect your oral health, we encourage you to call our Raleigh, NC office today at 919-266-5322.

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