it seems to me that the hookah affects somehow the enamel of the teeth, because the teeth really turn black and turn yellow, maybe it seems, but I myself have some blackened teeth on the side on which I smoked the hookah (I smoke tan dark side (strong tobacco))
Many smokers know about the dangers of tobacco products on dental health. But does hookah smoking apply to this? I'll explain now.
Let's start with the fact that the water in hookah devices does not filter out all harmful toxins, and these substances can affect the oral cavity.
Although there have been no large studies on this topic It is believed that hookah smoking can be a factor in dental diseases due to the summation of the harmful effects of not only tobacco, but also hookah flavor.
There is no reliable data confirming or refuting the negative effect of hookah smoking on the condition of the teeth, but I dare to assume that it is, because, comparing with cigarettes, the hookah also contains resins (albeit in smaller quantities) that settle on enamels