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Tooth or consequences: Even during a pandemic avoiding the dentist can be bad for your oral health

By Andrew J. Corsaro, Clinical Assistant Professor, College of Dentistry, University of Florida
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Dental care remains critical for tens of millions of Americans, even during the pandemic. More than one-quarter of U.S. adults live with untreated tooth decay, with nearly half of adults over 30 showing signs of gum disease. And nearly 1 in 4 adults report having felt pain in or around their mouth in the past year.

Poor oral health is associated…

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