5 best, worst paying states for dentists

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The average salary for a dentist in the U.S. as of May 2018 was $175,840, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and cited by TheStreet.

Here are the five states with the highest average salary for dentists:

1. Delaware: $264,440
2. Alaska: $259,350
3. Rhode Island: $254,190
4. Minnesota: $227,280
5. New Hampshire: $226,300

Here are the five states with the lowest average salary for dentists:

1. Louisiana: $124,020
2. Wyoming: $125,120
3. Nebraska: $135,080
4. Utah: $138,170
5. West Virginia: $139,170

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