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Second Hand Smoke May Impede Children's Dental Development


Do you smoke around your children? Or do you know someone who does?  
Passive smoking, otherwise called second-hand smoke may impede your child's dental development. Depending on the amount of smoke the child is exposed to also determines the severity of the delay in dental development. 
Second-hand smoke also causes a host of other health problems such as asthma, lung infections, ear infections, etc.