Mouth Cancer From Smoking
Did you know that even a single cigarette contains approximately 7000 different toxic chemical agents? Imagine smoking an entire pack of cigarettes in one day. This is roughly 20 cigarettes containing 140,000 toxic chemicals straight into your body.
Smoking deteriorates the entire body. However, this all begins in the mouth with the first puff. If you take care of your oral health but still smoke regularly, this slows down the process of obtaining preeminent oral health.
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Causes of Oral Cancer
Decreasing Oral Cancer Risk
Did you know that a long time exposure in the sun can cause oral cancer? Why do you think there are lip balms that are SPF 30,50, etc? But that’s not the only thing that causes oral cancer! You’re at greater risk of this type of cancer especially if you consume a lot of alcohol, if you smoke, or chew tobacco. Aside from alcohol, smoking, and chewing tobacco causing you other health problems, they give you a higher chance of developing abnormal growing cells known as cancer cells. The alcohol can cause oral cancer due to the fact that it slows down the ability of cells to repair their DNA that were damaged that were caused by the chemicals of the tobacco. If you want decrease your chances of developing oral cancer is by reducing the number of alcoholic drinks or just eliminate it from your life, quit smoking, and/or stop chewing tobacco! Save yourself trouble from oral cancer and many other health problems that these bad habits bring. At Andres Cardenas office, you can make an appointment to get a check-up for oral cancer, and if it’s necessary to get an Oral Cancer Treatment right away.