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Take the Senior Oral Health Test

Getting older can affect your oral health. Some health conditions can affect your mouth, making problems you already have worse. That’s why it's especially important to get good dental care as an older adult. Find out how much you know about oral health by taking this quiz.

1. All people eventually lose their teeth as they age.
2. If you have dentures, you no longer need regular dental checkups.
3. The biggest dental problem in older adults is gum disease.
4. Electric toothbrushes are a good option. They can be helpful for people with arthritis or other conditions that make it hard to grip a toothbrush and move it all around their mouth.
5. "Dry mouth" is a normal part of aging.
6. If you see white or red patches on your gums or tongue, you should see your dentist.
7. It's important to clean dentures thoroughly at least once a day.