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    The best and worst states to work in a dental practice: 2017

    From 1 to 50, we looked at each state to see how it really stacks up for dentists, dental hygienists, dental assistants and dental front office team members.

     

    Texas

    Everything’s bigger in Texas -- except when it comes to the number of people visiting the dentist. The Lone Star State also earns low marks in best oral health (47th) and education (42nd). Fortunately, the home of the Alamo is also home to low cost of living.

     

    Median income 22 Financial savvy 36
    Dental habits 27 Education 42
    Oral health 47 Safety/crime 38
    Overall well-being 33 % uninsured 50
    Cost of living 9 % on Medicaid 12
    % who visited dentist in last year 47 Total score 363

     

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