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British adults not brushing twice a day

British adults don’t have time to brush their teeth twice a day, a survey from the Oral Health Foundation shows.

One in five (22%) regularly miss brushing their teeth in the morning because they are running late and one in four (25%) skip brushing their teeth at night because they get home too late.

Running out of toothpaste (12%), watching television (7%) and preoccupied by a mobile (7%) were the other top excuses. The poll also shows men are less likely to brush their teeth than women. Men are more than twice as likely to blame partners for distracting them, and more likely to blame work commitments.

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