Connected between depression, anxiety and tooth loss
The Association of tooth loss and Anxiety presented at the 43rd Annual Meeting and Exhibition of the American Association for Dental Research by Dr. R. Constance Wiener of West Virginia University, the researchers evaluated data from a telephone survey involving 451,075 participants. Of these, 76,292 were eligible participants. The eligibility required was 19 years of age or older and the existence of depression, anxiety and tooth loss.
Among eligible participants, 13.4% reported anxiety; 16.7% reported depression; and 5.7% reported total tooth loss. The sample was equally distributed between men and women.
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