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Does nicotine in eciggs stain teeth ?

Discussion in 'Health, Safety and Vaping' started by BobFranco, Jun 10, 2009.

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  1. BobFranco

    BobFranco Full Member

    Jun 2, 2009

    Do you know if the nicotine yellow teeth like in real ones ?

  2. Walrus

    Walrus Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 3, 2009
    Baton Rouge, LA
    Not that I've seen. I don't believe it's the nicotine in cigarettes that stains teeth, but rather the tar. I could be wrong :)
  3. Zofryer

    Zofryer Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 4, 2009
    Near DC
    I'm a bit of a noob, but I have noticed that I don't get "sweater teeth" anymore like I did from smoking, and my teeth *feel* cleaner. I'd swear they already look whiter, but it has only been two weeks so I'm probably imagining that.
  4. snap6cat

    snap6cat Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 10, 2009
    There is nothing in the juice that can stain worry.
    The big difference is YOUR BREATH....whoever you kiss is going to like you much better...whether they smoke or not!
  5. Kelemvor

    Kelemvor Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Apr 12, 2009
    Germany NRW
    Walrus is right, its the Tar in in analogs, same for yellow fingers
  6. Jules22871

    Jules22871 Account closed on request ECF Veteran

    Apr 7, 2009
    It's been 2 months for me since I started vaping and my whitening toothpaste is actually working. Even my daughter commented on it.
  7. imsewsure

    imsewsure Senior Member ECF Veteran

    May 13, 2009
    Stuttgart, Germany
    It's definitely NOT the nicotine that stains your teeth (and everything else). LOL...I even did the ol' fasioned blow-through-a-white-cloth test and I got nothing except wet. My hygienist will be pleased.
  8. imsewsure

    imsewsure Senior Member ECF Veteran

    May 13, 2009
    Stuttgart, Germany
    I am sort of wondering where the sugar from the flavor goes once you inhale it. I vape quite a bit and am a bit concerned that there might be a cavity issue (lol). Wonder if there's any diabetic warnings on the Lorann flavorings site?
  9. Raven_Blackblade

    Raven_Blackblade Super Member ECF Veteran

    Apr 27, 2009
    Kent, Washington

    That is too funny but I dont think that I would have much of a problem for it. I brush my teeth CONSTANTLY. Its like since I have started vaping I love how fresh my mouth is.

    Cant exactly say that this is a bad thing haha!
  10. RazorNribbonz

    RazorNribbonz Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Actually yes, there is a diabetic warning with e-cigs.... I am diabetic on oral meds and its been a concern...I've purposely used less then 25% VG if I use it at all..Because the VG converts to glucose faster....Hooowever, I just got my blood work back today and my Dr was thrilled... Lowest blood sugar level I have had for the last few yrs!..He said I was the poster child for controling my sugar level with diet... He even took me totally off my oral meds! woohoo :: doin the happy dance::..Then I whipped out my e-cig (laugh)

    And like everyone has stated ImSew..Staining comes from the tar not the nic ( yaaay)
  11. Mary Kay

    Mary Kay ECF Guru ECF Veteran

    Apr 3, 2009
    West Tampa Fl.
    No problem with P.G., Glycerine or flavors Lorann's or otherwise with my blood test strips. I just started Insulin and between that and not snacking because of my P.V. I am back in the normal range. I see no problem with vaping. Like Ribonzz I don't use that much Glycerine and no V.G. mostly P.G.
    Yes yVilla, I know, It's all the same thing..LOL V.G= Glycerin= Glycol:D
  12. QueenInNC

    QueenInNC Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Feb 21, 2009
    Charlotte, NC USA
    Speaking of breath and is so nice to be able to talk to people face to face (the girl's teachers, their Dr.s, my Dr., my grandparents...) and not feel like I smell like an ashtray. I was always brushing my teeth, chewing gum and putting on lotion to cover the smell. I know it didn't work! lol The best part is being able to sit down beside (or get into bed) Dh and know that I don't reek! He has never smoked. He tells me now how bad I use to smell! lol
  13. obxlisa

    obxlisa Full Member

    Oct 20, 2010
    My teeth look terrible lately! The inner surfaces are definitely stained, and now it's starting to wrap around to the edges of the front--and it's absolutely from e-cigs! I was a non-smoker before. I have to say that I vape constantly, and lately I've been using some of the darker liquids. I'm switching to the clear ones, and seeing my dentist/hygienist next week for a cleaning. I just hope they can get these stains out! If not, or if the clear liquids don't make a difference, I'm just going to have to quit....and I hate that idea! I've come to enjoy vaping soooo much! I'm on the computer all day and I use a pass-through. I vape non-stop all day. I'm sure that's why I'm having problems others don't seem to have. Does anybody have any suggestions about which CLEAR liquids are good? I like the fruity ones.
  14. classwife

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    Moving this thread from 2009 to the health section....
  15. ec!gg

    ec!gg Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    Jul 2, 2010
    Philadelphia, PA
    Wow that is awesome. Glad to hear your blood sugar levels have lowered, that is great news!

  16. xdunlapx

    xdunlapx Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 24, 2010
    Ohio, USA
    Wow that's sad. I use a dark eliquid and it's never stained my teeth and I vape constantly with a PT all day.
  17. telsie

    telsie Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 26, 2009
    Same here.
    I get my teeth cleaned every 6 months and there's been nothing notable since I started vaping.
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