Stop the Vape. Sign the Pledge.

Sign the Pledge and Say No to Vaping

Columbia Basin Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons and Project Save A Mouth are joining forces during National Children’s Dental Health Month this February to educate students in the Columbia Basin and Tri-Cities region on the dangers of e-cigarettes and vaping.

Not only can e-cigarette users face issues like lung and heart disease but also damage to their teeth and gums. Help us Stop The Vape in our community!

Sign our Stop The Vape pledge by February 28, 2020 to keep your smile bright and for your chance to receive AirPods.

We were so happy to partner with Project Save a Mouth during National Children’s Dental Health Month to Stop the Vape in our region. With your help, we were able to share about the dangers of e-cigarettes and had many students sign our Stop the Vape pledge.

If you didn’t have the opportunity to take our Stop the Vape pledge, please fill out the form below.

You don’t have to quit by yourself—there are resources to help you take back control of your health. Call 1-800-QUIT-NOW (1-800-784-8669) or visit

Did You Know?

  • Vaping can harm your lungs relatively quickly, increasing the risk of conditions like asthma and bronchitis.
  • E-cigarettes have toxic metals that leave lasting scars on the lungs.
  • Overheated batteries in e-cigarettes can explode causing burns to the skin and mouth.
  • Some 27.5% of high school students and 10.5% of eighth-graders say they currently use e-cigarettes.
  • E-cigarette products still contain nicotine, which is highly addictive.

Sign the Pledge