Smoking and dental.
Various posts and articles may be difficult to review a lot of smoking and the dangers posed. but here I want to review the health effects of smoking khusu mouth and teeth. hopefully helpful and always ask advice and suggest that this post be more perfect.
why smoking is closely associated with oral health? obviously can easily be answered, because the cigarette is inhaled through the mouth (I think there are other places to smoke a cigarette ^ ^). As we can easily see a smoker’s lips look darker than the lip of a non-smoker, why?
In general we know that there are cigarettes in Indonesia there are 2 types, cigarettes with filter and without filter (better known as clove cigarettes). Cigarettes without filters tend to quickly change the color of teeth on a cigarette with a filter.
Now let us follow the trail of cigarette smoke why do so many organ “of the body affected. When we inhale the cigarette smoke from a cigarette into the mouth, a few seconds with millions of cigarette smoke substances” are chemicals in the oral cavity and affects the tissues and organs that have in the oral cavity including the teeth themselves. Hot smoke continually blowing into the oral cavity is a heat stimulus that causes changes in blood flow and reduce the expenditure of saliva. As a result the mouth becomes dry and more an-aerobic (oxygen-free atmosphere) so as to provide a suitable environment for the growth of an-aerobic bacteria in plaque. Smokers themselves at greater risk of disease-causing bacteria infected tooth supporting tissues than those who smoked.
Gum smokers also tend to have thickening of the stratum corneum. This thickened area that looks more rugged than the surrounding tissue and reduced resilience. Constriction of blood vessels caused by nicotine resulting in reduced blood flow in the gums thus increasing the likelihood of gum disease.
Tar in cigarette smoke also increases the chances of gingivitis, gum disease is most often caused by plaque bacteria and other factors which may cause the accumulation of plaque around the gums. Tar can be deposited on the surface of the tooth and tooth root so that the surface becomes rough and facilitate attachment of the plaque. From different studies that have been made the plaque and tartar more formed in the oral cavity of smokers compared to nonsmokers. Disease is severe tooth supporting tissues, bone damage and tooth loss dental advocate more common in smokers than nonsmokers. In the treatment of dental tissue disease patients pendukund smokers requires greater care and more. Whereas in patients with non-smokers and in the same situation is quite simply the standard treatment such as cleaning of plaque and tartar.
Severity of illness arising from moderate to advanced level directly related to the number of cigarettes smoked each day how long or how many years a person becomes a smoker and smoking status itself, is still smoking or had stopped until now.
Nicotine plays a role in starting the tooth supporting tissue disease because nicotine can be absorbed by the oral soft tissues including the gums through the bloodstream, and attachment of gum to the tooth surface and roots. Nicotine can be found on the surface of the tooth root and the metabolites which can be found in the liquid kontinin gums.
Some treatments are strongly advocated in patients benrhenti smokers to smoke for a while, during the treatment process. As patients in the pemsangan implants.
Can be inferred loss arising from the habit of smoking on oral health:
A. Discoloration of the teeth, gums and lips.
2. Dental caries in the quickly formed.
3. The possibility of cancer in the mouth very large.
4. Clear breath smelled of cigarettes.
5. Changing the network “in the mouth that cause negative impacts on the health of the mouth itself as a trigger terbantuknya caries.