Vaping can potentially stain your teeth, although the risk of tooth staining is generally considered to be lower than with traditional tobacco smoking.
The nicotine and other chemicals in e-liquid can contribute to tooth discoloration over time. In addition, the propylene glycol (PG) and vegetable glycerin (VG) in the e-liquid can attract and hold onto bacteria, which can also contribute to tooth staining.
However, the extent of tooth staining from vaping will depend on factors such as the frequency and duration of vaping, the type of e-liquid used, and the individual’s oral hygiene habits.
To help prevent tooth staining from vaping, it is recommended to practice good oral hygiene such as brushing teeth twice a day and flossing daily, rinsing the mouth with water after vaping, and scheduling regular dental cleanings. Additionally, avoiding e-liquids with high levels of sweeteners and practicing moderation when it comes to vaping can also help reduce the risk of tooth staining.