The scientists in Japan have done research on the impact of smoke in children at smoking and nonsmoking families. The results of their latest research was published at the British Medical Journal and researches have found that at the smoking families a baby have a higher risk of cavities and risk of developing caries in milk teeth that have yet to sprout.
Passive smoking also spoil children’s teeth.
The experts have analyzed the health of more than 75,000 children between 2004 and 2010, as well as data from regular audits of 0, 4, 9, 18, months and three years.
Although the researchers still cannot explain the link between smoking and caries in children, they have found further evidence of the negative effects of passive smoking. So if you need a cigarette and want to smoke do not do it in front of your children.