#ODC_fact Chewing #tobacco is an important established risk factor for the development of #OralCarcinoma in most parts of world. Habitually chewing tobacco leaves or dipping snuff results in the development of a well-recognized #WhiteMucosalLesion in the area of tobacco contact, called smokeless tobacco keratosis, snuff dipper’s keratosis, or tobacco pouch keratosis. These are well accepted as #PrecancerousLesions or  #CancerCausing Stop this habit today for a better tomorrow. #OralCancer

#ODC_fact Chewing #tobacco is an important established risk factor for the development of #OralCarcinoma in most parts of world. Habitually chewing tobacco leaves or dipping snuff results in the development of a well-recognized #WhiteMucosalLesion in the area of tobacco contact, called smokeless tobacco keratosis, snuff dipper’s keratosis, or tobacco pouch keratosis. These are well accepted as #PrecancerousLesions or #CancerCausing Stop this habit today for a better tomorrow. #OralCancer

Give your students the facts to counter the recent 30% rise in male adolescent smokeless tobacco use. Program combines an engaging narrative storyline with hard-core facts about all kinds of smokeless tobacco products—spit, snuff, chew as well as newer nicotine-delivery products designed to appeal to those who are uncomfortable with spitting out tobacco juice.

Give your students the facts to counter the recent rise in male adolescent smokeless tobacco use. Program combines an engaging narrative storyline with hard-core facts about all kinds of smokeless tobacco products—spit, snuff, chew as well as newer ni

Chewing Tobacco Health Effects (Cancer Facts, How to Quit)

Chewing Tobacco Health Effects (Cancer Facts, How to Quit)

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Chewing Tobacco Brands | Chewing tobacco brands, facts, side effects and cancers.

Chewing Tobacco Brands | Chewing tobacco brands, facts, side effects and cancers.

Chewing Tobacco – Learn the Facts

Some smoke it and some chew it! Read on to learn all about chewing tobacco and why it isn't much different from lighting up.

Dental Myth: Smokeless tobacco is safe. Whereas the fact is chewing any kind of tobacco can contribute to oral cancer.

Dentaltown - Users of smokeless tobacco are TWO TIMES more likely to develop oral cancer than those who smoke.

Original Pin: Information on smokeless tobacco and the risk.

often referred to as dip, chew, or snus, is associated with a variety of risks including

Some facts you should know when you start to take a dip:      One can of snuff gives you as much nicotine as 60 cigarettes.     Nicotine gives you the “buzz” but is highly addictive.     75% of cancers in the mouth, lips, tongue, throat, nose and larynx are due to tobacco use.     28 cancer-causing substances have been found in smokeless tobacco.     Long-term users have a 50% greater risk of developing oral cancers than non-users.     Smokeless tobacco is harder to quit than cigarettes.

Some facts you should know when you start to take a dip: One can of snuff gives you as much nicotine as 60 cigarettes. Nicotine gives you the “buzz” but is highly addictive. 75% of cancers in the mouth, lips, tongue, throat, nose and larynx are due to tobacco use. 28 cancer-causing substances have been found in smokeless tobacco. Long-term users have a 50% greater risk of developing oral cancers than non-users. Smokeless tobacco is harder to quit than cigarettes.

Remember: even though its labeled as "smokeless", chewing tobacco is just as harmful and addicting as cigarettes. #DeltaDental

Indirect: "I wish Bob Ewell wouldnt chew tobacco" (Lee Bob Ewell apparently chews tobacco.

#ODC_fact #LineaAlba is a common, #benign hardening of the mucosa inside of the mouth due to excess #keratin. Occurring in adults than in children, it appears as a white line along the insides of the cheeks, where the top and bottom teeth rest on each other.  common finding and most likely associated with pressure, frictional irritation, or sucking trauma from the facial surfaces of the teeth. Found in individuals who chew tobacco. #WhiteLine #IrritationToCheeks #CheekBiting

The most common symptom for cheek biting is linea alba which is a thin white line caused by the friction

Tips for Quitting Chewing Tobacco

Dental Myth: Smokeless tobacco is safe. Whereas the fact is chewing any kind of tobacco can contribute to

Did you know that Oral Cancer was that serious? Don't believe the myth, that only smokers or those who chew tobacco can get #OralCancer, that isn't true. This is another reason why regular check-ups are so important. Early detection and treatment is the key! If it's been longer than 6 months from your last #dental visit, give us a call to schedule an appt.> (314) 968-3533 Pin it here: (image credit: plus.google.com) #StLouis #Missouri #Dentist #OralCancer

Oral cancer kills as many people as melanoma, as is now more common than leukemia. Oral Cancer Screening is vital. Early detection can result in easier treatment and a greater chance for a cure. Please call your dentist and get your screening today!

Want to Quit Smoking or Chewing Tobacco? Chew Hemp Instead!

We all know about the dangers of cigarette smoking; it& one of the worst things that you can do to your body. But the fact is, one in five Americans still

A Great Way To Rid Your Yard Of Spiders    Place a whole package of chewing tobacco in one gallon of boiling water , remove from heat and allow to cool. Strain the solution into a container and put 1 cup of the solution and 1/2 cup of lemon scented dish-washing soap into a hose end sprayer. Spray around your house and yard and the spiders will be gone for quite a while. Never spray on roses though as it will turn them black.

Spiders

Notice the hour glass shape of the red marking on its body. This is the poison spider you need to watch out for. It's bite is nasty.

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