What is the average age dentists retire? 8 key statistics

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Over the past 15 years, an American Dental Association Health Policy analysis found dentists are starting to retire later in their lives.


Here are eight key statistics on dentists' average retirement age from 2001 to 2015.

•    2001: 64.7 years old
•    2003: 65.4 years old
•    2005: 66.2 years old
•    2007: 67.1 years old
•    2009: 67.3 years old
•    2011: 68.1 years old
•    2013: 68.5 years old
•    2015: 68.8 years old

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