Dental protection

Prevent dental damage

When you use uppers, the jaw muscles tighten for extended periods. Combined with grinding teeth (a side effect of stimulant use), this can cause unnoticed dental damage. If you frequently use amphetamines like Tina or speed, your teeth will definitely suffer. When you clench or grind your teeth, it causes extra pressure and, in turn, wear. You may also bite your tongue or damage your gums and get irritating wounds that do not heal quickly.

The use of uppers reduces saliva production, in turn reducing the protection of your teeth from bacteria. This eventually leads to cavities, inflammation or even tooth loss. Combined with eating sweets, this is very bad for your teeth.

Bring a toothbrush to your sex date to brush your teeth every now and then.

Chew sugar-free gum regularly to stimulate saliva production.

Brush and floss your teeth extensively before you crash.