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Periodontitis reduced by Vitamin D - many studies


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Omega-3 helped periodontal treatment (details behind paywall) - meta-analysis Dec 2023 21 Dec, 2023
Periodontal Health helped a bit by small amounts of vitamin D for short durations – review of 4 studies Oct 2023 30 Oct, 2023
Chronic Periodontitis reduced by Vitamin D (60,000 IU weekly for 8 weeks) – RCT July 2023 01 Sep, 2023
Periodontal Inflammation in seniors ceases to increase when Vitamin D is higher than 27 ng – Sept 2023 19 Aug, 2023
800 IU vitamin D helped periodontal surgery – May 2011 02 Aug, 2023
Vitamin D and Periodontal Disease – continuing education March 2012 02 Aug, 2023
Periodontal Disease and Vitamin D - interview and transcript - GRH, Grant July 2023 02 Aug, 2023
Periodontitis reduced by Vitamin D - many studies 05 Jun, 2023
Chronic periodontitis associated with low vitamin D and low vitamin B12 – May 2023 02 Jun, 2023
increased Periodontal Disease risk if low Vitamin D, Magnesium, Omega-3 - GRH March 2023 20 Mar, 2023
The worse the Periodontitis, the lower the Vitamin D – April 2022 26 Apr, 2022
Periodontitis problems often 3X more likely if poor Vitamin D receptor – May 2022 07 Apr, 2022
Osteoporosis, periodontal and other diseases share a risk factor – low vitamin D – March 2022 05 Mar, 2022
Periodontitis probably related to low Vitamin D – review June 2018 28 Sep, 2021
Severe periodontitis is half as likely at 60 ng of vitamin D – Sept 2021 28 Sep, 2021
Periodontitis treated by 4,000 IU of Vitamin D (pilot study) - March 2019 27 Mar, 2019
Periodontitis associated with low Vitamin D if dark-skinned – Dec 2018 22 Dec, 2018
Periodontitis with low Vitamin D increases risk of Diabetes by 2.8 X – July 2018 20 Sep, 2018
Chronic Periodontitis reduced by Omega-3 – RCT Sept 2018 08 Sep, 2018
Periodontal diseases are treated by Vitamin D - how much is needed, and when – June 2018 14 Jul, 2018
Poor Periodontal associated with low vitamin D in 65 percent of cross-sectional studies – review March 2018 01 Mar, 2018
Generalized Aggressive Periodontitis is 3X more likely if too much Vitamin D-Binding Protein – Nov 2016 09 Nov, 2017
Periodontal disease 1.5 times more likely if low vitamin D – Sept 2016 09 Oct, 2016
Hypothesis: Periodontal disease is related to vitamin D – 2010 09 Oct, 2016
Chronic Periodontitis 9.6 times more likely if smoke and have poor Vitamin D Receptor – Aug 2016 29 Sep, 2016
Even 1000 IU vitamin D reduced periodontitis – Jan 2011 21 Dec, 2015
Strontium and vitamin D patented in 2008 for periodontitis, gingivitis 29 Aug, 2012
1000 IU helped reduce periodontitis – Sept 2010 11 Aug, 2012

3% less likely to get Peridontitis for every 1 ng more vitamin D - April 2021

Association between Periodontitis and Vitamin D Status: A case-control study
Saudi Journal of Biological Sciences https://doi.org/10.1016/j.sjbs.2021.04.006
AbdullahAli H. AlzahraniaRaed A.AlharbibMohammedSarhan A. AlzahranicMohammed A.SindidGhaliaShamlaneFaisal A.AlzahranifMohammad A.AlbanghaligAbdulmajeedAbdulghani A Sindih
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Vitamin D deficiency and periodontitis are commonly prevalent among Saudi adults. However, the association between periodontitis and vitamin D status has not been well documented. This study aims to examine the association between periodontitis and vitamin D status among adults in the Albaha region of Saudi Arabia. A case-control study of 123 Saudi adults was conducted; 60 had severe or moderate periodontitis, and 63 were periodontally healthy. Data was collected by an online self-reported sociodemographic questionnaire. All participants then underwent a full periodontal examination. Blood samples were also provided to assess participants’ vitamin D statuses through serum levels of 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25(OH)D). A total of 60 cases and 63 controls matched for BMI (30.2 ± 4.86 kg/m2), age (40.01 ± 7.73 years), and sex (46.3% and 53.7% male and female, respectively) participated in the study. Mean levels of 25(OH)D were significantly lower in periodontitis participants than in controls (25.03 ± 8.55 ng/ml, 29.19 ± 12.82 ng/ml, p = 0.037, respectively).
Lower odds of periodontitis were detected per unit of 25(OH)D level (OR 0.964, 95% CI; 0.931-0.999, p = 0.043). In conclusion, periodontitis is significantly associated with deficient and insufficient levels of vitamin D among Saudi adults in the Albaha region. Future longitudinal research with a larger sample size may be suggested to confirm these results.
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Risk of COVID-19 death 8X more likely if have peridontitis - Feb 2021

NEW STUDY LINKS PERIODONTITIS AND COVID‐19 COMPLICATIONS
"...After adjusting for potential confounders, periodontitis was associated with COVID‐19 complication including

  • death (OR = 8.81, 95% CI 1.00–77.7),
  • ICU admission (OR = 3.54, 95% CI 1.39–9.05) and
  • need for assisted ventilation (OR = 4.57, 95% CI 1.19–17.4)."

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/jcpe.13435 FREE PDF


Hypothesis: COVID-19 & Periodontitis: The cytokine connection - Nov 2020

https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mehy.2020.109908 FREE PDF


The Importance of Vitamin D for Periodontal Tissues - March 2021

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Vitamin D and Periodontitis (no conclusion) - meta-analysis Aug 2020

Vitamin D and Periodontitis: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
Nutrients doi: 10.3390/nu12082177
Vanessa Machado,1,2,*† Sofia Lobo,1,† Luís Proença,3 José João Mendes,2 and João Botelho1,2

To explore the vitamin D levels of periodontitis patients in comparison with periodontally healthy ones, and to assess the influence of vitamin D supplementation as an adjunctive during nonsurgical periodontal treatment (NSPT). Five databases (Pubmed, Embase, Scholar, Web of Sciences, and Cochrane Library) were searched until May 2020. Mean difference (MD) meta-analysis with corresponding 95% confidence interval (95% CI) and sensitivity tests via meta-regression were used. We followed Strength of Recommendation Taxonomy (SORT) to appraise the strength and quality of the evidence. Sixteen articles were included, fourteen case-control and two intervention studies, all reporting 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25(OH)D) levels. Compared with the healthy controls, the circulating 25(OH)D levels were significantly lower in chronic periodontitis patients (pooled MD = −6.80, 95% CI: −10.59 to −3.02). Subgroup analysis revealed differences among 25(OH)D measurements, with liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry being the most homogeneous method (pooled MD = −2.05, 95% CI: −3.40 to −0.71). Salivary levels of 25(OH)D showed no differences between groups. Due to the low number of studies, conclusions on aggressive periodontitis and in the effect of vitamin D supplementation after NSPT were not possible to ascribe. Compared with healthy controls, 25(OH)D serum levels are significantly lower in chronic periodontitis patients, with an overall SORT A recommendation. Future studies are needed to clarify the effect of vitamin D supplementation and the biological mechanisms linking vitamin D to the periodontium.


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