JOURNAL ARTICLE

Oral Trauma and Tooth Avulsion Following Explosion of E-Cigarette

James M Rogér, Maricelle Abayon, Sharon Elad, Antonia Kolokythas
Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 2016, 74 (6): 1181-5
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Electronic cigarettes (E-cigarettes), or personal vaporizers, were introduced in 2003 and have been available in the United States since 2007. In addition to the health and safety concerns of the aerosol delivery of nicotine through E-cigarettes, during the past 8 years, reports of explosions and fires caused by the E-cigarette devices have led the US Fire Administration to evaluate the safety of these devices. These explosions have been observed frequently enough that the US Department of Transportation has recently banned E-cigarette devices in checked baggage aboard airplanes. This report contributes to existing knowledge about the hazards related to E-cigarettes by describing oral hard and soft tissue injuries from an E-cigarette explosion.

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