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Monday, July 03, 2017

Nearly 60 per cent of Kiwis not brushing their teeth every day, research shows


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Skipping tooth brushing can result in tooth decay, abscesses, infection or gum disease.
Skipping tooth brushing can result in tooth decay, abscesses, infection or gum disease.WARNING - GRAPHIC IMAGE: Three out of five Kiwis admit to skipping brushing their teeth, and young adults are the worse culprits, a new study shows.

The research, released by Colgate as part of Oral Health Month, found 75 per cent of 18- to 24-year-olds admitted to skipping brushing their teeth for one day or more, and almost 10 per cent admitted to skipping for over a week. 

Five hundred New Zealanders aged 18-plus took part in the online survey, which was conducted in May.

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