18.6% of US adults age 65 and older have complete tooth loss: 9 stats


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The prevalence of complete tooth loss varies among US adult aged 65 and over based on sex, age and race, according to CDC data.

Here are nine statistics on the prevalence of complete tooth loss among adults aged 65 and over.

•    Total: 18.6 percent
•    Between 65 and 74: 13 percent
•    75 and older: 25.8 percent
•    Men: 17.5 percent
•    Women: 19.4 percent
•    Non-Hispanic white: 16.9 percent
•    Non-Hispanic black: 29.2 percent
•    Hispanic: 14.9 percent
•    Non-Hispanic Asian: 24.2 percent

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