Oral Hygiene Statistics
Statistic Verification
Source: American Dental Association, Healthy People 2010-Conference Edition
Date Verified: 7.19.2013
At this point in history very few people can argue that your teeth will last longer if you brush and floss. Regardless what the numbers are we still hate flossing.
Teeth Brushing Statistics Data
Percent of women who brush their teeth after every meal 28.7 %
Percent of men who brush their teeth after every meal 20.5 %
Percent of women who brush their teeth twice a day 56.8 %
Percent of men who brush their teeth twice a day 49 %
Percent of women who have a dentist 89.2 %
Percent of men who have a dentist 74.6 %
Dental Flossing Statistics  
Percent of Americans who floss daily 50.5 %
Percent of Americans who floss less than daily 31 %
Percent of Americans who do not floss at all 18.5 %
Oral Health Statistics Age Male Female
Percent with untreated dental decay 35-44 29 25
Percent who have never had a permanent tooth extracted 35-44 30 32
Percent of elderly who have had all of their natural teeth extracted. 65-74 24 27
Percentage of people with Gingivitis 35-44 52 45
Proportion of Oral and Pharyngeal Cancers detected at the earliest stage 34 39
Percent who had a oral cancer examination in the past 12 months 40 + 10 9
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