4. Fresher mouth
Smoking is tough on the mouth, the teeth and the gum.
When cigarettes are out of the picture your breath will be fresher and it will be easier to take care of discoloured teeth. When you smoke, it is easy to miss inflammation in the gums. The blood circulation is worse for smokers, which can cause the gums to look better than they actually are.
When you quit smoking the gums may feel sensitive and even bleed when you brush your teeth. This is a sign that your dental health has not been taken care of previously.