Americans Score a D on National Oral Health Quiz

Americans need a serious brush up when it comes to their oral health, according to a new survey from the American Dental Association (ADA). The survey results were recently released during the ADA’s launch of a robust new website,, dedicated to improving the oral health of all Americans. On average, Americans scored a “D” on a series of true or false questions ranging from how often to brush and what age should a child first visit a dentist to what causes cavities.

See the ADA’s Multimedia News Release about