State-by-state breakdown of best dental health –– Wisconsin ranks No. 1

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Wallethub released a comprehensive report on dental care in the U.S., breaking down states with the best and worst dental care as well as where patients can find the most dentists. The organization compared all 50 states and the District of Columbia across 26 key indicators of dental wellness.

Here is the state-by-state breakdown:

1. Wisconsin: 72.87
2. North Dakota: 71.22
3. Minnesota: 71.18
4. Connecticut: 70.71
5. Illinois: 70.39
6. District of Columbia: 69.06
7. Michigan: 66.83
8. New Jersey: 65.73
9. Massachusetts: 65.59
10. Ohio: 65.11
11. Washington: 64.14
12. Rhode Island: 64.05
13. Idaho: 63.43
14. Iowa: 62.75
15. Hawaii: 61.75
16. South Dakota: 61.44
17. Oregon: 60.93
18. Kansas: 59.35
19. Delaware: 58.94
20. Arizona: 58.25
21. Nebraska: 58.17
22. Vermont: 57.49
23. Missouri 57.04
24. Maryland: 56.85
25. Indiana: 56.82
26. Virginia: 56.71
27. Georgia: 56.34
28. North Carolina: 55.75
29. New Hampshire: 55.10
30. New York: 53.67
31. Colorado: 53.34
32. New Mexico: 52.64
33. Maine: 51.92
34. Utah: 51.60
35. Kentucky: 51.17
36. Pennsylvania: 50.85
37. Oklahoma: 49.63
38. Wyoming: 48.82
39. Nevada: 48.29
40. South Carolina: 46.29
41. Tennessee: 44.70
42. California: 43.01
43. Montana: 42.68
44. Florida: 42.34
45. Texas: 41.56
46. Alaska: 41.56
47. Louisiana: 38.53
48. Alabama: 38.48
49. West Virginia: 36.63
50. Mississippi: 32.97
51. Arkansas: 31.25

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