Smokeless Tobacco: If You Chew ... Quit
This one-page handout educates people about health risks associated with smokeless tobacco use. It discusses tooth abrasion, tooth decay, gum recession, nicotine dependence, teeth discoloration and bad breath, decrease in sense of taste and ability to smell, unhealthy eating habits, and oral cancer, as well as other cancers. The document identifies early signs of oral cancer, and recommends regular dental check-ups for all tobacco users.
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