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Health Statistics > Oral health > Loss of natural teeth (most recent) by state

DEFINITION: Adults aged 65+ who have had all their natural teeth extracted. NOTE: Data for Hawaii is not available.
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Rank   States  Amount 
# 1     West Virginia: 42.8% 
# 2     Kentucky: 38.1% 
# 3     Tennessee: 32.2% 
# 4     Alabama: 31.9% 
# 5     Louisiana: 31.3% 
# 6     Oklahoma: 31.1% 
# 7     Mississippi: 29.5% 
# 8     North Carolina: 28.3% 
# 9     Georgia: 28.2% 
# 10     Kansas: 27.8% 
# 11     Indiana: 27.3% 
# 12     South Dakota: 26.1% 
# 13     Missouri: 25.2% 
# 14     North Dakota: 24.9% 
# 15     Arkansas: 24.6% 
# 16     Puerto Rico: 24.5% 
# 17     Maine: 24.2% 
# 18     Pennsylvania: 23.7% 
# 19     Iowa: 23.2% 
# 20     Nebraska: 23.1% 
# 21     Alaska: 23% 
# 22     Idaho: 22.4% 
= 23     New Mexico: 21.8% 
= 23     South Carolina: 21.8% 
= 23     Wyoming: 21.8% 
# 26     Vermont: 21.2% 
# 27     Delaware: 21.1% 
# 28     New Hampshire: 21% 
# 29     Ohio: 20.4% 
= 30     Montana: 19.6% 
= 30     Wisconsin: 19.6% 
= 32     Virginia: 19.3% 
= 32     District of Columbia: 19.3% 
= 34     Florida: 18.7% 
= 34     Illinois: 18.7% 
# 36     Rhode Island: 18.4% 
# 37     Colorado: 18% 
# 38     Oregon: 17.7% 
# 39     Michigan: 17.1% 
# 40     New Jersey: 16.9% 
= 41     New York: 16.8% 
= 41     Texas: 16.8% 
# 43     Maryland: 16.6% 
# 44     Nevada: 16.5% 
# 45     Massachusetts: 16.4% 
# 46     Washington: 16.1% 
# 47     Arizona: 14.9% 
# 48     US Virgin Islands: 14.6% 
# 49     Minnesota: 14.3% 
# 50     California: 13.7% 
# 51     Utah: 13.5% 
# 52     Connecticut: 12.4% 
Weighted average: 22.1%  

SOURCE: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System Survey Data. Atlanta, Georgia: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2004.

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"Oral health > Loss of natural teeth by state", Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System Survey Data. Atlanta, Georgia: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2004.. Retrieved from http://www.StateMaster.com/red/graph/hea_ora_hea_los_of_nat_tee-health-oral-loss-natural-teeth&nofb=1

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