Dentist Shares How He Knows Patients Vape…


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If you are someone who vapes and has dental issues, just know your dentist knows the reason why. Basically, they know you vape and it might be causing all the troubles. 

A dentist named Dr Abdullah Zahiri who goes by the handle name @dentistexplains shared how he comes to know the things dentists might see in the mouths of people who vape.

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Starting with the clip, Dr Zahiri asks: “Does your dentist know that you’ve been vaping?’ before explaining: Vaping causes a dry mouth, which leads to bad breath. “Vapers also have a lot of cavities. Vapers also have gum disease, which leads to bone loss and gum loss. Yikes.”

He then showed a clip of teeth falling out and then said: “Unfortunately this is the end result of smoking.” 

The said clip really troubled a lot of users who had a lot of concerns. Someone said: “What if you did it a few times and finish you stopped will it still show?” Another asked if you did it once would it have an impact, to which Dr Zahiri confirmed it wouldn’t. 

However, others seemed less bothered – one commenter joked: “Oh really? sheesh *hits vape*” and another said: “I got no cavities nothing wrong with my gums nothing wrong with my teeth at all except I got slightly yellow natural teeth.”

Dentists seem to think they know everything. However, some dentists truly have no idea how to do their job. Recently, a dentist in America intentionally broke his patients’ teeth to fix them by installing crowns and to earn profits, earning millions of dollars from his scam. 

Scott Charmoli, from Wisconsin, U.S., regularly drilled his clients’ teeth on purpose and charged them for additional treatment services to fix the damage he had just caused.

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Even though the dentists in that area give less than six crowns per 100 patients, the 61-year-old dentist gave more than 32 crowns per 100 patients. He even began pressuring his patients into getting unnecessary crowns, a dental procedure where a tooth-shaped cap is placed on a damaged tooth. 

Well, some dentists are pretty smart, some just don’t have a clue. 

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