It is undeniable that smokers are at an increased risk for tumors and gingivitis in the oral cavity.

Smokers should go to the regular dental check-ups. Men are nearly three times as likely to be affected by a tumor in the mouth than women.

At the beginning of the disease, the cancer usually causes no discomfort for those affected, and developing tumors are difficult to diagnose.

Only by specially trained and trained personnel, such changes in the oral mucosa can be detected and treated early.

Also important is direct communication with the examiner about smoking. Only in this way is early detection and treatment of diseases possible.

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