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Sleep disorders and oral health: a cross-sectional study

Sleep disorders and oral health: a cross-sectional study Clin Oral Invest (2017) 21:975–983 DOI 10.1007/s00784-016-1851-y ORIGINAL ARTICLE 1 1 2 2,3 Maria Clotilde Carra & Audrey Schmitt & Frederique Thomas & Nicolas Danchin & 2,4 1,5 Bruno Pannier & Philippe Bouchard Received: 23 July 2015 /Accepted: 6 May 2016 /Published online: 13 May 2016 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2016 Abstract interval 1.13–1.32]), and lower masticatory function (1.45 Objectives Sleep disorders (SDs), particularly sleep depriva- [1.33–1.58]). Short sleepers (<6 h of sleep/night) were found tion, may alter the immune system and induce systemic in- to be at an increased risk of gingival inflammation (1.25 [1.1– flammation. Recent evidence supports an association between 1.4]). SD individuals with moderate-to-high gingival inflam- SDs and periodontal diseases. This cross-sectional epidemio- mation showed a significantly increased risk of cardiovascular logical study aims to compare oral health variables, such as disease (1.39 [1.04–1.84]) compared to SD individuals with the amount of plaque/calculus, gingival inflammation, and low or no gingival inflammation. masticatory function, in individuals with and without SDs. Conclusions Individuals with self-report SDs are at increased Materials and methods The study population consisted in a risk of gingival inflammation. The coexistence of SDs and French cohort of individuals who underwent medical and oral gingival inflammation http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Clinical Oral Investigations Springer Journals

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Springer Journals
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Copyright © 2016 by Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg
Subject
Dentistry; Dentistry
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1432-6981
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1436-3771
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10.1007/s00784-016-1851-y
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27178314
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Abstract

Clin Oral Invest (2017) 21:975–983 DOI 10.1007/s00784-016-1851-y ORIGINAL ARTICLE 1 1 2 2,3 Maria Clotilde Carra & Audrey Schmitt & Frederique Thomas & Nicolas Danchin & 2,4 1,5 Bruno Pannier & Philippe Bouchard Received: 23 July 2015 /Accepted: 6 May 2016 /Published online: 13 May 2016 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2016 Abstract interval 1.13–1.32]), and lower masticatory function (1.45 Objectives Sleep disorders (SDs), particularly sleep depriva- [1.33–1.58]). Short sleepers (<6 h of sleep/night) were found tion, may alter the immune system and induce systemic in- to be at an increased risk of gingival inflammation (1.25 [1.1– flammation. Recent evidence supports an association between 1.4]). SD individuals with moderate-to-high gingival inflam- SDs and periodontal diseases. This cross-sectional epidemio- mation showed a significantly increased risk of cardiovascular logical study aims to compare oral health variables, such as disease (1.39 [1.04–1.84]) compared to SD individuals with the amount of plaque/calculus, gingival inflammation, and low or no gingival inflammation. masticatory function, in individuals with and without SDs. Conclusions Individuals with self-report SDs are at increased Materials and methods The study population consisted in a risk of gingival inflammation. The coexistence of SDs and French cohort of individuals who underwent medical and oral gingival inflammation

Journal

Clinical Oral InvestigationsSpringer Journals

Published: May 13, 2016

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