Been vaping for about 18 months. Still have 4 or 5 cigarettes a day. Don't know why. Just still like it.
Anyway ..... I'm going to have a dental implant in mid-october. The Oral surgeon says to minimize the implant having problems and "not taking" I should STOP SMOKING. This apparently includes ALL NICOTINE. He was not impressed with my ecig's and stated that nicotine in any form was as big a problem with the implant as the other bad stuff in regular cigarettes.
Anyway.....I'm gonna switch to zero nicotine. Couple of questions;
I read somewhere that zero nicotine actually still has some nicotine. Is this true??
Did any of you who switched to zero nicotine have terrible nicotine withdrawal?
I used to think my "habit" was more about the process of smoking/oral fixation/handling, ect as much as nicotine. But 4 or 5 years ago when I quit smoking cold turkey, I had some terrible withdrawal. Depression, panic attacks, just generally feeling crappy for the 3 or 4 months while I quit.
Anybody had a dental implant and any smoking issues?
Anybody have anything to say about going to zero nicotine ??
Thanks for the input