The short answer is “yes”. Although they are marketed as safer than regular cigarettes, they can be just as bad for your dental health. They can even increase your chances of gum disease and mouth cancer. Although they do not have tobacco, they do have nicotine and other chemicals.
Admittedly, research on e-cigarettes is still in the fairly early stages but there is enough out there to warrant caution.
A great New Year’s resolution is to quit smoking – and that includes smoking substitutes such as e-cigarettes.