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was wondering would anyone know the longtermFx of charlie onones teethor gums as i do a fair amount of it and i am worried its eating my teeth away.does it coz erradication or is it just a matter of looking after your teeth better, prob a strange questiuon, tanx in advance??
Well first of all it depends on how you're ingesting any drug - obviously smoking it is harder on your teeth than snorting it, which is harder on your nose, etc. If you're worried about your teeth, don't smoke them. Otherwise the primary negative effects stem from the loss of appetite, which tends to mean you're not eating as much so you have more acid in your mouth not being neutralized and damaging your teeth. Connected to that is the tendancy of users not to brush or floss very often, both of which would help to keep them clean from residue and plaque and other corrosives. So if you make sure to keep them clean, brush at least three or four times a day with a mild paste (not a whitening one - use that, if you have to, no more than once a day) you should be all right for the most part. True "long term use" will always result in the decay of all your organs, but by that point you won't be asking on here about it.
Damn, I just bought some right now, did 2 lines like 40 mins ago and my top teeth are still numb! Its like nothing ive ever done before....I dont know if I really feel the actual high but my nose is pretty numb too, as is the front top of my oral palette...the stuff has an interesting smell to it, its not really coke-ish, maybe benzene like, but not really it just smells interesting too....does anyone know what this could be cut with, how bad it is....i mean its pretty smooth goin down..
Coke should make your teeth and nose numb. They still use cocaine for some nose surgeries to anesthetize your nose and to vasoconstrict the blood vessels in your nose to reduce bleeding. It's dual action make it a good drug for nasal surgeries.
I'm experiencing some gum discoloration (darker) My gums bleeds at the front of my mouth a great deal. I recently was in a fight, punched in the mouth, my gums swelled into the cracks of my teeth at that time. My gums have healed since then, but now I notice the discoloration and the bleeding when I brush. I have not smoked Crack for that long of a time. Just about 3 weeks. Does anyone have any info pertaining to this? Thanks
Your stuff is cut .The dealers shit ones have this thing that if you go numb its good coke .Not the dentist anesthetic they mix with it.If you want to know how to get 100% pure put y email down only if serious.My mates a sad twat and just readscharlie books
Hey, good point Disco. And Geordie, no, I never gum, and I don't grind. Lemme ask you this; does coke (powder, not crack) deterioate the gums or enamle? I heard this is so, but how? And I know people that have done powder for 20+ years, and their teeth feel fine.
A) Acute oral exposure to Hydrochloric acid may cause corrosion of the muscous membranes, esophagus, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea that has been reported. Low concentrations may cause DENTAL discoloration and erosion.
B) Chronic inhalation exposure caused hyperplasia of the nasal mucosa, larynx, and trachea in rats.
C) Chronic toxicity has a composite score of 11 out of 100 */ 100 being the most toxic */
D) LC<SUB>50</SUB> (Lethal Concentration<SUB>50</SUB>)CA calculated concentration of a chemical in air to which exposure for a specific length of time is expected to cause death in 50% of a defined experimental animal population.
I think it was me who said that, but Gaba set me
straight. It does, however, have the ability to
deteriorate tissue and that's why so many people
visit with questions about sinus problems after snorting.
I've experienced those problems myself and can't
handle more than one line.
when i have smoked crack.. i always drank lots of water.. like bottles of water... I was sweating alot.. and eventually I'd start taking off some of my clothes and then just sit in my underwear... my friends are cool so they were alright with me sitting like that heheheh :P
A good friend fell into coke. And now his teeth are getting loose he says. I think he's smoking crack. But My question is, can that shit destory the gums or something? Does it wear away the enamel? I don't get it, it makes no sense how it would. BUt his teeth do look jacked up. I would hate to see him loose teeth. But maybe that's what it would take to open his eyes. But how and does it do that? My theory is his wisdom teeth are comming in. The densist told him that they are fine for now. But they will have to be taken out. I think his teeth comming in are pushing his other teeth out. Is that possible?
I think it would depend if he's smoking crack or not. Also could he be smoking meth sometimes? That can be bad for your teeth. Snorting coke won't make your teeth fall out, by itself.But itcould possibly be him grinding his teeth. This is a side effect of using coke. If you grind your teeth all the time it can damage them and that could be why his tooth feels loose. I personally spent thousands on porcelian veneers only to needone to be redone because i have always had a problem grinding my teeth, my friends said i even do it in my sleep sometimes! I had that prob before coke though. So that could be what is going on with your friend too. But i'm not a dentist, thats just my guess. -K