Oral health a challenge for drug users – and for dentists

3 Apr 2017

Chemically eroded teeth from cocaine application to gums is one of the conditions seen among problematic drug users, a University of Queensland School of Dentistry report says.

Report author Dr Hooman Baghaie said people with substance use disorders had more tooth decay and periodontal disease than the general population, but were less likely to receive dental care.


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