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Stop the Vape. Sign the Pledge.

Sign the Pledge and Say No to Vaping

Hill & Ioppolo Oral & Dental Implant Surgery of Lubbock has joined with Project Save A Mouth to educate local students about the dangers of vaping and electronic cigarettes.

February is National Children’s Dental Health Month, and not only can vaping cause damage to the lungs, but it can also impact oral health. While there are great strides being made to reduce smoking among teenagers, vaping has become a new, deadly addiction.

We were so happy to partner with Project Save a Mouth during National Children’s Dental Health Month to Stop The Vape in our region. With your help, we were able to share about the dangers of e-cigarettes and had many students sign our Stop The Vape pledge.

If you didn’t have the opportunity to take our Stop The Vape pledge, please fill out the form below.

You don’t have to quit by yourself—there are resources to help you take back control of your health. Call 1-800-QUIT-NOW (1-800-784-8669) or visit TheTruth.com

Did You Know?

  • Combining the use of regular and e-cigarettes more than triples the risk of developing chronic lung diseases.
  • E-cigarettes can cause chemical burns to lung tissue.
  • 12% of teens said they had vaped within the previous month; 75% of those reported having vaped nicotine, marijuana, or multiple substances.
  • The number of teenagers who vape has doubled since 2017.
  • E-cigarettes use aerosol, which can contain chemicals such as benzene and others known to cause cancer, such as lead or formaldehyde.

Sign the Pledge