Title: Table #25: Periodontitis and Cardiovascular Diseases: Evidence From National Surveys
This session will review evidence from large epidemiological studies on the association between periodontal conditions and cardiovascular diseases (CVD), including CVD outcomes but also markers such as high blood pressure. The strength of the evidence and the nature of the associations will facilitate interpretation and policy implications will be discussed.
- The session aims to help participants: 1. gain knowledge of the epidemiological evidence on the association between periodontal conditions and cardiovascular disease using large population studies in different settings
- 2. understand and interpret the relevant evidence and be able to distance epidemiological associations from causal inferences.
- 3. discuss potential implications from the aforementioned epidemiological evidence for public health and clinical practice
Format: During lunch, you may discuss topics of current interest with the researchers identified below. There is a $78 fee (price in U.S. Dollars, includes 20% UK Value Added Tax) to cover the cost of lunch and attendance will be limited to 10 persons per table, including the speaker. Assignments will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis. Tickets for unsold tables can be purchased at registration.