Stop The Vape
Barefoot Oral & Facial Surgery and Project Save A Mouth have partnered during National Children’s Dental Health Month to help show Mount Pleasant students about the harmful health effects of vaping.
Sign the Pledge and Say No to Vaping
Help us as we work to Stop The Vape throughout coastal South Carolina!
Did You Know?
Investigators found people who used e-cigarettes were 30% more likely to have developed a chronic lung disease, including asthma, bronchitis, and emphysema, than nonusers.
- Combining regular and e-cigarettes more than tripled the risk of developing chronic lung diseases, the study found.
Vaping can cause physical harm, whether it's chemical burns to lung tissue, toxic metals that leave lasting scars on lungs, vitamin E oil that clogs the lungs, or even overheated batteries that explode.
73% of teens do NOT vape or use any commercial tobacco (that's 7 in 10).
The FDA has found no e-cigarette to be safe and effective in helping people quit; in fact, more than half of all adult e-cigarette users continue to use regular cigarettes.
Take the Stop The Vape pledge by February 28, 2020 for your chance to receive a pair of Apple AirPods Pro.