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Summary - Nicotine Stomatitis

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Electronic cigarettes (ECs) have become very popular in recent years. Denture stomatitis is a condition of painless inflammation of denture-bearing mucosa. Tobacco is the most popular overused substance in the world. White lesions in the oral cavity are common and have multiple etiologies, some of which are also associated with dermatological disease. Tobacco usage in different forms is the single most common etiological factor responsible for oral cancers. Cigarette smoking has been associated with significant morbidity affecting all systems of the body, including the integumentary system. Recurrent aphthous stomatitis (RAS) is one of the most common ulcers affecting the oral cavity. Complex aphthosis, the occurrence of recurrent oral and genital aphthous ulceration without manifestations of systemic disease, is relatively uncommon and of unknown aetiology. The etiology of nicotinic stomatitis is strongly linked with nicotine compounds; however, high temperature can be synergistic to the damage of tobacco compounds. Smoking is the main modifiable cause of disease and death in the developed world. This study was aimed to evaluate the frequency of recurrent aphthous stomatitis (RAS) within the 6-week period after quitting smoking. Smoking is without doubt one of the greatest causes of avoidable illness and death in the modern world. Chronicles in Drug Discovery features special interest reports on advances in drug discovery. Oral prevalence studies are important to know the state of health and the needs of treatment. Tobacco is a delivery system for the addictive agent nicotine. To examine changes in reports of common cold symptoms and mouth ulcers following smoking cessation.

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