“Mask Mouth”: Wearing Facemasks Causes Decaying Teeth, Gum Disease, Skin Blemishes, Pimples, Acne
By Timothy Alexander Guzman
Global Research, October 27, 2020

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Facemasks are causing many problems, but the medical establishment and governments around the world who impose mandates to wear facemasks in public seem to be oblivious to the damage they are causing in order to protect us.  In this case, the cure is worst than the disease.

As many of us know, there is no credible evidence to support the claim made by doctors, scientists and the mainstream media (MSM) who are in the pockets of major pharmaceutical corporations and the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation that facemasks protect us from deadly viruses.  Now there are new consequences of wearing facemasks that the MSM rarely mentions, and that is a rise of dental and acne problems that are affecting people who comply with the facemask mandates imposed by governments on behest of the so-called “medical experts” such as Dr. Anthony Fauci of the CDC and others.

Mask Mouth, is basically a new term coined by doctors located in New York City who describe the new phenomenon of arising dental problems that are associated to wearing facemasks on a consistent basis. In early August, The New York Post headlined with ‘Mask mouth’ is a seriously stinky side effect of wearing masks’ interviewed Dr. Rob Ramondi who is a certified dentist and a co-founder of One Manhattan Dental said that

“We’re seeing inflammation in people’s gums that have been healthy forever, and cavities in people who have never had them before,” said Dr. Ramondi, “about 50% of our patients are being impacted by this, [so] we decided to name it ‘mask mouth’ — after ‘meth mouth.”

Meth Mouth is described as addicts who smoke crystal meth (methamphetamine) that eventually develop serious dental problems such as “cracked, black- and brown-stained teeth because the stimulant causes sugar cravings, teeth grinding and jaw clenching.” Dr. Marc Sclafani, who is also one of the co-founders said that“Gum disease — or periodontal disease — will eventually lead to strokes and an increased risk of heart attacks.” He said that wearing a face mask increases the dryness of the mouth leading to an increase in unwanted bacteria.

“People tend to breathe through their mouth instead of through their nose while wearing a mask” said Sclafani “The mouth breathing is causing the dry mouth, which leads to a decrease in saliva — and saliva is what fights the bacteria and cleanses your teeth” adding the fact that “saliva is also what neutralizes acid in the mouth and helps prevent tooth decay and gum disease.”

He recommends to drink water and to practice extensive oral hygiene on a daily basis.

Despite their findings, doctors who are the opposite side of the spectrum such as Dr. Shruti Gohil, an associate medical director of Epidemiology & Infection Prevention at UC Irvine said that if masks caused dental issues, others in the medical field would also have the same problems since they wear masks all of the time according to a Los Angeles Times report from mid-August, “even dentists wear masks themselves all day long,” she said “this flies in the face of any type of known information and really is concerning to me.” Dr. Gohil was responding to a Anaheim council meeting led by councilwoman Lucille Kring who said that “dentists are finding that it’s causing very serious dental problems — cavities, gum disease and halitosis. So keep that in mind when you’re snuggling up to a mask.” Dr. Gohil also promotes vaccines. During a measles outbreak in 2015, she claimed that adults should get the measles vaccine even though they most likely received one when they were adolescents.

“The vaccine is 99 percent effective, but that can wane over time. Even people who, as a child, received the two doses required by the state might consider getting another booster,” said Dr. Shruti Gohil, “Measles is the most contagious virus known to man at this time,” Gohil said. “you can actually do something about preventing it. So why wouldn’t you?”

Sounds like Dr. Gohil is in the pockets of Big Pharma.

Not only facemasks are causing dental problems, facial issues such as pimples, zits and other forms of acne are becoming problematic as CNN, the premier propaganda channel that promotes facemasks and social distancing admitted in a headline from last June titled ‘Maskne’: Why your face is breaking out under your mask and how to stop it’ reported that “for many people that is leading to an embarrassing and unpleasant side effect: blemishes, pimples, zits — or what dermatologists call acne.” CNN interviewed Dr. Whitney Bowe, clinical assistant professor of dermatology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Medical Center who said that “I have patients calling in despair saying ‘What is going on? I’ve never had a breakout before and now my face looks like a teenager’s!’ and Dr. Seemal Desai, an assistant professor at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center who said that “we’re seeing lots of flares of acne, especially a type called perioral dermatitis, which tends to happen typically around the mouth and in the areas around the nose.”

The dental and facial problems for those who wear facemasks on a consistent basis to supposedly protect themselves from an over-exaggerated disease is just another example of unintended consequences in the making.  Facemasks are causing many problems, but the medical establishment and governments around the world who impose mandates to wear facemasks in public seem to be oblivious to the damage they are causing in order to protect us.  In this case, the cure is worst than the disease.


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Timothy Alexander Guzman writes on his blog site, Silent Crow News, where this article was originally published. He is a frequent contributor to Global Research.

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