How much dentists make in each state

Delaware was the top paying state for general dentists in the U.S., according to new data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics updated wage and salary data for several dental specialties March 31 to reflect 2021 information.

How much general dentists make in each state:

Alabama: $176,910

Alaska: $168,390

Arizona: $175,030

Arkansas: $184,540

California: $165,950

Colorado: $139,460

Connecticut: $197,910

Delaware: $233,860

Florida: $164,370

Georgia: $165,160

Hawaii: $177,820

Idaho: $124,750

Illinois: $136,930

Indiana: $159,240

Iowa: $183,710

Kansas: $188,240

Kentucky: $136,480

Louisiana: $148,060

Maine: $187,460

Maryland: $158,520

Massachusetts: $175,140

Michigan: $178,250

Minnesota: $181,760

Mississippi: $161,700

Missouri: $167,240

Montana: $152,770

Nebraska: $146,170

Nevada: $151,130

New Hampshire: $225,140

New Jersey: N/A

New Mexico: $189,430

New York: $170,800

North Carolina: $189,980

North Dakota: $161,080

Ohio: $180,920

Oklahoma: $165,380

Oregon: $207,370

Pennsylvania: $159,450

Rhode Island: $206,600

South Carolina: $132,830

South Dakota: $150,630

Tennessee: $169,610

Texas: $150,060

Utah: $134,570

Vermont: $190,030

Virginia: $162,750

Washington: $182,050

West Virginia: $139,200

Wisconsin: $183,110

Wyoming: $148,730

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