What is the rate of incidence for edentulism?

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Over the years, the rate for edentulism has gone down considerably. Nonetheless, currently, about one-third of people over the 65 are missing most of their teeth. This is greatly improved from fifty years ago, when three out of 10 Americans over the age of 45 were missing their teeth.

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