Sign the Pledge and Say No to Vaping
Project Save A Mouth and Oral Surgery Specialists of Idaho have joined together during National Children’s Dental Health Month to educate teens in and around Pocatello, Blackfoot, and Preston about the harmful health effects of vaping.
Join us as we Stop The Vape throughout southeast Idaho!
With your help, we were able to help Stop the Vape in our community during National Children’s Dental Health Month. Thank you to everyone who signed our Stop the Vape pledge. If you were unable to sign, please take the pledge by filling out the form below.
Quitting doesn’t have to be a journey made alone. If you or someone you know needs help quitting, call 1-800-QUIT-NOW (1-800-784-8669) or visit TheTruth.com.
Did You Know?
- Similar to smoke and secondhand smoke from cigarettes and other tobacco products, aerosol from e-cigarettes (often called vapor) contains harmful and potentially harmful constituents, such as ultrafine particles, heavy metals like nickel, tin, and lead, and other cancer-causing chemicals.
- Data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show a staggering 78 percent increase in high school youth vaping between 2017 and 2018.
- 97% of teen vapers use flavored e-cigarettes.
- 3 out of 4 teenagers who think they will stop smoking in 5 years don’t.
- Vaping devices have exploded in users’ hands, faces and pockets, causing disfigurement.