Does nicotine make teeth more likely to stain?
Yes, smoking or using chewing tobacco products can make the enamel of your teeth more likely to stain. Once you start using nicotine products, it doesn’t take long for your teeth to take on a yellowish appearance.
After chronic use of these products, it’s not uncommon for your teeth to turn darker or begin to look brown.
Treatment options of Tobacco Damaged Teeth.
1. Teeth cleaning, Stains removal, Polishing,
2. Teeth whiteining
3. For Bite damaged and Attrided Teeth
Full mouth rehabilitation with Zirconia Ceramic Crowns and bridges
Can nicotine damage teeth beyond appearance?
The appearance of stained teeth is not the only problem that comes with using nicotine products. Your gums can also take a beating from repeated exposure to nicotine.