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Current Knowledge on Correlations Between Highly Prevalent Dental Conditions and Chronic Diseases




Current Knowledge on Correlations Between Highly Prevalent Dental Conditions and Chronic

Diseases: An Umbrella Review

SYSTEMATIC REVIEW — Volume 16 — September 26, 2019 by the CDC

Max W. Seitz, MSc1; Stefan Listl, PhD, Dr Med Dent2,3; Andreas Bartols, Dr Med Dent4,5; Ingrid Schubert, Dr Rer Soc6; Katja Blaschke, MSc6; Christian Haux, MSc1; Marieke M. Van Der Zande, PhD2,3 (View author affiliations) Suggested citation for this article: Seitz MW, Listl S, Bartols A, Schubert I, Blaschke K, Haux C, et al. Current Knowledge on Correlations Between Highly Prevalent Dental Conditions and Chronic Diseases: An Umbrella Review. Prev Chronic Dis 2019;16:180641. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5888/pcd16.180641external icon. PEER REVIEWED

On This Page:

  • Introduction

  • Methods

  • Results

  • Discussion

  • Acknowledgments

  • Author Information

  • References

  • Tables

Summary What is already known on this topic? Substantive evidence supports a correlation between dental conditions and chronic systemic diseases. What is added by this report? We provide an overview of systematic reviews reporting on correlations between dental conditions and chronic diseases with an assessment of the evidence and extent of correlation. What are the implications for pub