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11 States with the Worst Dental Health

This WalletHub ranking used 23 indicators to gauge and rank the level of oral health in each state. Some of those indicators included the share of adolescents who visited a dentist in the past year, the share of adults who visited a dentist in the past year, and the cost of dental treatments, among others. WalletHub used data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the U.S. Census Bureau and the American Dental Association.
Sarah Handzel, BSN, RN
PUBLISHED: Monday, February 20, 2017

 
41. Tennessee

· The state received low marks for having the fewest dentists per capita.

· Tennessee also has one of the highest percentages of elderly adults with no natural teeth.


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