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Quality of life is a diverse term that is largely based on people’s perspectives as different people have their parameters to describe the quality of life. However, health and well-being are among the most significant features that determine the quality of life. This review is about aretrospective analysis of pre-existing literature comprised of studies on systemic diseases and their association with periodontal conditions specifically in elderly patients. The retrospective analysis of already published data from 2015 till 2020 in a specific area of interest. Data will be taken from authentic sources published in a peer-reviewed journal with a good impact factor. The overall findings obtained from existing literature reveal the fact that it is important to consider thematic analysis for finding the relationship of quality of life in older with periodontal conditions. After reviewing the literature almost 10 studies were included. The study executes great changes with ageing. Dental professionals must improve their skills and knowledge regarding the relevant systemic conditions to interact and related meaningful results. The studies have concluded that periodontitis and systemic health consequences may be occurred due to some inadequate risk factors amongst which smoking is one of that.