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A Study on Periodontal Disease and Tooth Loss in Metabolic Syndrome Patient
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  • Journal title : Journal of dental hygiene science
  • Volume 15, Issue 4,  2015, pp.445-456
  • Publisher : the Korean Society of Dental Hygiene science
  • DOI : 10.17135/jdhs.2015.15.4.445
 Title & Authors
A Study on Periodontal Disease and Tooth Loss in Metabolic Syndrome Patient
Kang, Hyun-Joo;
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 Abstract
The aim of this study was to identify an effective control method of metabolic syndrome (MS) and oral diseases by investigating relationship between of MS and periodontal disease, tooth loss of the adult men and woman. We analyzed and concluded as follows, using a nationwide representative sample, in 8,225 middle senior citizens based on raw data of the 5th National Nutrition Survey in 2010, 2012. The data were analyzed by descriptive statistics, chi-squared test, and logistic regression using SAS ver. 9.2 program. The results are as follows, for correlation of metabolic component to periodontal disease, it was found that in men, the periodontal disease odds ratio of the group with abnormal fasting blood glucose increased 1.27 fold (95% confidence interval [CI], 1.04~1.54), and in woman, the odds ratios of the group with abnormal high density lipoprotein cholesterol increased 1.45 fold (95% CI, 1.22~1.72) and the odds ratio of the group with abnormal obesity increased 1.44 fold (95% CI, 1.17~1.77). For correlation of MS to periodontal disease, it was found that the odds ratio of periodontal disease in the woman at-risk group increased 1.55 fold (95% CI, 1.19~2.01) and that of the group with MS increased 2.25 fold (95% CI, 1.68~3.02). For correlation of woman's metabolic component to missing teeth, it was found that the odds ratio of group with abnormal blood pressure increased 1.41 fold (95% CI, 1.10~1.82). For correlation of woman's MS to missing teeth, it was found that the odds ratio of missing teeth in the group with MS increased 1.48 fold (95% CI, 1.07~2.04). It is considered that a public health project comprising preventive and systematic disease management is necessary for controlling MS and oral disease. The findings of the study are expected to lay the foundation for the development of oral health promotion programs.
 Keywords
Metabolic syndrome;Missing teeth;Periodontal diseases;
 Language
Korean
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