Oncotarget has published a study that found e-cigarettes are in fact detrimental to health. It found that they have a detrimental effect to gum health. The study was led by Ifran Rahman, who is a Professor of Environmental Medicine. It is the first study to confirm electronic cigarettes are bad for health at a molecular level. A big problem is that e-cigarette users typically think that the use of them is a good substitute to traditional cigarettes. This is however not an accurate assumption. The continual use and ever growing popularity impression that they are a healthier alternative to traditional smoking, will cause more and more unsuspecting damage. As consumers continue to use e-cigarettes they will unfortunately continue to reap the bad effects of doing so even though they don’t believe it is a healthy alternative. The study indicated that the burning of vapors is also a nuisance to the gums. It resulted in more cell damage and was indicative of aiding in the development of oral disease. And of course the more someone smokes e-cigarettes the more cumulative damage will be the result.
The study also also found that flavoring is horrible for your gums too. Electronic cigarettes contain nicotine which also contributes to gum disease and of course is addictive. To better understand the detriments of electronic cigarettes to health, Rahman wishes for manufacturers to detail all chemicals used so we can become more educated on the possible hazards.
Oncotarget is a written piece comprised of peer to peer reviewed content summarizing pathological causes of disease, protocols and targets. The peer to peer journal also studies effectiveness of health management and patient treatment. It is a collection of tried evidence to uncover the most effective methods of improving patient treatment, health, and effectiveness of protocols by medical professionals. Visit his profile on Google Scholar.
Avi Weisfogel has become one of the most famous dentists in Central New Jersey. After founding his first dental practice, Old Bridge Dental, he quickly grew it in to one of the largest and most prominent practices around. But he was always interested and how to continue adding more value to the patient experience. Over the course of a decade, Dr. Avi Weisfogel slowly had an epiphany that dentists could be used as a frontline vanguard in the fight against different forms of disease, especially disease treatments that were not traditionally associated with dentist.
Dr. Weisfogel set out researching different conditions that had poor rates of diagnosis and treatment. His operating assumption was that dentists were in a position that was unique among medical professionals to diagnose and potentially treat conditions of the head neck and mouth area. Some of these, such as cancers and other diseases, were, by far, most effectively treated in the earliest stages and learn more about Avi Weisfogel.
One of Dr. Weisfogels key insights was to notice that many patients who essentially never saw their physicians were very eager to see their dentist. This is due to the nature of dental disease. Most dental diseases, Dr. Weisfogel understood, fall into two categories. The first are those diseases that cause excruciating pain. Examples of this include molar abscesses and cavities. These conditions are often so painful that even analgesic drugs are simply not capable of even beginning to ease their pain. They often require immediate intervention, including the extraction of teeth and draining of abscesses and contact him.
The other type of disease, for which patients often go to see their dentist, are those that cause obvious cosmetic defects. Examples of this sort of condition are chipped front teeth and crowns that have become dislodged or have fallen out of the mouth entirely. Again, these diseases are simply impossible to ignore, leading the patient to see their dentists immediately upon the onset of the condition and Avi on Facebook.
To Dr. Weisfogel, this meant dentists are in a position to diagnose other diseases, even where general physicians are unable to, due to the fact that they simply do not see their patient. This formed the basis for Dental Sleep Masters.