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Smokers may experience poorer bone regeneration than nonsmokers after periodontal treatment

Woosung Sohn DDS, PhD, DrPH .


Overview

Systematic Review Conclusion

Smoking has a negative effect on bone regeneration after periodontal treatment.

Critical Summary Assessment

Results from studies with moderate to high risk of bias consistently suggest that smoking will have a negative effect on periodontal bone regeneration after periodontal treatment.

Evidence Quality Rating

Limited Evidence

This summary is published in the Journal of the American Dental Association and can be accessed at: http://jada.ada.org/article/S0002-8177(14)60498-0/fulltext


Critical Summary Publication Date:

5/22/2013

These summaries are not intended to, and do not, express, imply, or summarize standards of care, but rather provide a concise reference for dentists to aid in understanding and applying evidence from the referenced systematic review in making clinically sound decisions as guided by their clinical judgment and by patient needs. American Dental Association © 2018