Q: I have been smoking for about five years now on and off. About four days ago, I started using smokeless tobacco (the cans of tobacco where you take a pinch and put in under your lower lip). If I quit, will my mouth be able to recover from any possible damage that was caused
I quit smoking and switched to smokeless tobacco. Will my gums become healthy again?
Category: Tobacco Use
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