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Meth Mouth Causes and Current Research

Meth mouth – maybe you haven’t heard about this yet. It is a distinctive physical result of someone using methamphetamine heavily. Teeth become weak, discolored, and break or fall out. The damage can range from mild discoloration and gum irritation to teeth that look black and rotted. Current dental research has looked at this very specific oral disease and how it can affect meth users down the road.

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