A small group of people are associating injuries to their mouth to smoking ecigs. This is not correct. Let me clear this misunderstanding today.
We you been smoking regular cigarettes and then stop, some people will develop canker sores as a result of stopping to smoke real cigarettes.
A small segment of the population will develop these side effects. They will generally last for about a week to a month. The sores will appear on the inside of your mouth or on your tongue.
It is the result of your month have too much acids in it due to smoking. So when you stop smoking, your mouth needs to adjust.
If you switch to ecigs rather than stop smoking then these canker sores develop because the ecigs dehydrate your mouth even more thereby creting a environment that allows the sores to emerge.
So in reality, the ecigs aren’t the case of these injuries to your mouth. It was going to happen anyways as a result of you stopping to smoke.