The snuff can cause gingivitis

The damage that snuff has on health is public knowledge and now are taking measures to which society learns now found that people who smoke are at higher risk for gingivitis.

This is a disease in which bleeding gums, which is the first symptom of periodontitis, which is the loss of bone that supports the teeth occurs.

Scientific studies have concluded that the risk for inflammation and bleeding in these tissues are much higher in patients who smoke.

Cigarette tar acts as an irritant and nicotine produces a significant reduction of the gingival microcirculation, which generates the loss of vitality of gingival epithelial areas where blood circulation is terminal.