Gender differences in the relation between number of teeth and systolic blood pressure.
Tooth loss predicts total and circulatory mortality. The reasons for the increased mortality in subjects with a low number of teeth may be related to enhanced atherosclerosis, elevated arterial pressure and more frequent hypertension. The present study was designed to investigate whether there is an association between the number of teeth and arterial pressure or hypertension.
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