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How Well Do We Take Care of America's Teeth?

How Well Do We Take Care of America's Teeth? Despite the fact that dental health is so important, too many people in America lack dental coverage. This is a look at how many children have dental coverage, and how many adults choose to make sure their teeth are insured. How Are Our 17-Year Olds' Dental Insurance or Health Teeth Doing? Insurance: Who Has What? 10 20 30 40 50 60% 100% 95% White 50% Latino 27% 87% Black 34% 90 Asian/Pacific Islander EXCELLENT Native American 34% 36% 77% 80 TYY White 27% Latino 21% Black 27% 70 64% Asian/Pacific Islander VERY GOOD Native American 35% 58% 60 31% White 18% Latino 31% 50 CL Black 42% 28% Asian/Pacific Islander 23% GOOD Native American 22% 40 White 5% 30 Latino 17% COLOU Black 9% Asian/Pacific Islander 6% 20 FAIR Native American 8% White 1% 10 Latino 5% aw Black 2% Asian/Pacific Islander 3% POOR Native American 4% 18-24 35-54 55+ Who Has the Best Access to Good Dental Care? Does More Education Mean Healthier Teeth? 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100% [100% HAS DENTAL INSURANCE White 78% 90 Latino 68% Black 84% Asian/Pacific Islander 85% 80 75% 75% Native American 66% 70% 70 RECEIVED ALL NEEDED DENTAL CARE 60% White 98% Latino 95% 60 Black 95% Asian/Pacific Islander 96% Native American 93% 50 REASON FOR NOT GETTING DENTAL CARE 40 BLACK ASIAN/PACIFIC ISLANDER NATIVE AMERICAN WHITE LATINO 30 Dentist didn't know how to provide care 1% 2% 4% 27% 11% No insurance 20 32% 36% 26% 5% 4% Didn't know where to go for treament 10 4% 6% 2% 27% 2% Health plan problem Less than high school Assoc's degree or some college Bachelor's degree High school graduate 9% 17% 7% 32% 1% or more A collaboration between GOOD and ROBERT A. DI IESO, JR. SOURCES: Centers for Disease Control; Pediatrics How Well Do We Take Care of America's Teeth? Despite the fact that dental health is so important, too many people in America lack dental coverage. This is a look at how many children have dental coverage, and how many adults choose to make sure their teeth are insured. How Are Our 17-Year Olds' Dental Insurance or Health Teeth Doing? Insurance: Who Has What? 10 20 30 40 50 60% 100% 95% White 50% Latino 27% 87% Black 34% 90 Asian/Pacific Islander EXCELLENT Native American 34% 36% 77% 80 TYY White 27% Latino 21% Black 27% 70 64% Asian/Pacific Islander VERY GOOD Native American 35% 58% 60 31% White 18% Latino 31% 50 CL Black 42% 28% Asian/Pacific Islander 23% GOOD Native American 22% 40 White 5% 30 Latino 17% COLOU Black 9% Asian/Pacific Islander 6% 20 FAIR Native American 8% White 1% 10 Latino 5% aw Black 2% Asian/Pacific Islander 3% POOR Native American 4% 18-24 35-54 55+ Who Has the Best Access to Good Dental Care? Does More Education Mean Healthier Teeth? 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100% [100% HAS DENTAL INSURANCE White 78% 90 Latino 68% Black 84% Asian/Pacific Islander 85% 80 75% 75% Native American 66% 70% 70 RECEIVED ALL NEEDED DENTAL CARE 60% White 98% Latino 95% 60 Black 95% Asian/Pacific Islander 96% Native American 93% 50 REASON FOR NOT GETTING DENTAL CARE 40 BLACK ASIAN/PACIFIC ISLANDER NATIVE AMERICAN WHITE LATINO 30 Dentist didn't know how to provide care 1% 2% 4% 27% 11% No insurance 20 32% 36% 26% 5% 4% Didn't know where to go for treament 10 4% 6% 2% 27% 2% Health plan problem Less than high school Assoc's degree or some college Bachelor's degree High school graduate 9% 17% 7% 32% 1% or more A collaboration between GOOD and ROBERT A. DI IESO, JR. SOURCES: Centers for Disease Control; Pediatrics How Well Do We Take Care of America's Teeth? Despite the fact that dental health is so important, too many people in America lack dental coverage. This is a look at how many children have dental coverage, and how many adults choose to make sure their teeth are insured. How Are Our 17-Year Olds' Dental Insurance or Health Teeth Doing? Insurance: Who Has What? 10 20 30 40 50 60% 100% 95% White 50% Latino 27% 87% Black 34% 90 Asian/Pacific Islander EXCELLENT Native American 34% 36% 77% 80 TYY White 27% Latino 21% Black 27% 70 64% Asian/Pacific Islander VERY GOOD Native American 35% 58% 60 31% White 18% Latino 31% 50 CL Black 42% 28% Asian/Pacific Islander 23% GOOD Native American 22% 40 White 5% 30 Latino 17% COLOU Black 9% Asian/Pacific Islander 6% 20 FAIR Native American 8% White 1% 10 Latino 5% aw Black 2% Asian/Pacific Islander 3% POOR Native American 4% 18-24 35-54 55+ Who Has the Best Access to Good Dental Care? Does More Education Mean Healthier Teeth? 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100% [100% HAS DENTAL INSURANCE White 78% 90 Latino 68% Black 84% Asian/Pacific Islander 85% 80 75% 75% Native American 66% 70% 70 RECEIVED ALL NEEDED DENTAL CARE 60% White 98% Latino 95% 60 Black 95% Asian/Pacific Islander 96% Native American 93% 50 REASON FOR NOT GETTING DENTAL CARE 40 BLACK ASIAN/PACIFIC ISLANDER NATIVE AMERICAN WHITE LATINO 30 Dentist didn't know how to provide care 1% 2% 4% 27% 11% No insurance 20 32% 36% 26% 5% 4% Didn't know where to go for treament 10 4% 6% 2% 27% 2% Health plan problem Less than high school Assoc's degree or some college Bachelor's degree High school graduate 9% 17% 7% 32% 1% or more A collaboration between GOOD and ROBERT A. DI IESO, JR. SOURCES: Centers for Disease Control; Pediatrics How Well Do We Take Care of America's Teeth? Despite the fact that dental health is so important, too many people in America lack dental coverage. This is a look at how many children have dental coverage, and how many adults choose to make sure their teeth are insured. How Are Our 17-Year Olds' Dental Insurance or Health Teeth Doing? Insurance: Who Has What? 10 20 30 40 50 60% 100% 95% White 50% Latino 27% 87% Black 34% 90 Asian/Pacific Islander EXCELLENT Native American 34% 36% 77% 80 TYY White 27% Latino 21% Black 27% 70 64% Asian/Pacific Islander VERY GOOD Native American 35% 58% 60 31% White 18% Latino 31% 50 CL Black 42% 28% Asian/Pacific Islander 23% GOOD Native American 22% 40 White 5% 30 Latino 17% COLOU Black 9% Asian/Pacific Islander 6% 20 FAIR Native American 8% White 1% 10 Latino 5% aw Black 2% Asian/Pacific Islander 3% POOR Native American 4% 18-24 35-54 55+ Who Has the Best Access to Good Dental Care? Does More Education Mean Healthier Teeth? 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100% [100% HAS DENTAL INSURANCE White 78% 90 Latino 68% Black 84% Asian/Pacific Islander 85% 80 75% 75% Native American 66% 70% 70 RECEIVED ALL NEEDED DENTAL CARE 60% White 98% Latino 95% 60 Black 95% Asian/Pacific Islander 96% Native American 93% 50 REASON FOR NOT GETTING DENTAL CARE 40 BLACK ASIAN/PACIFIC ISLANDER NATIVE AMERICAN WHITE LATINO 30 Dentist didn't know how to provide care 1% 2% 4% 27% 11% No insurance 20 32% 36% 26% 5% 4% Didn't know where to go for treament 10 4% 6% 2% 27% 2% Health plan problem Less than high school Assoc's degree or some college Bachelor's degree High school graduate 9% 17% 7% 32% 1% or more A collaboration between GOOD and ROBERT A. DI IESO, JR. SOURCES: Centers for Disease Control; Pediatrics How Well Do We Take Care of America's Teeth? Despite the fact that dental health is so important, too many people in America lack dental coverage. This is a look at how many children have dental coverage, and how many adults choose to make sure their teeth are insured. How Are Our 17-Year Olds' Dental Insurance or Health Teeth Doing? Insurance: Who Has What? 10 20 30 40 50 60% 100% 95% White 50% Latino 27% 87% Black 34% 90 Asian/Pacific Islander EXCELLENT Native American 34% 36% 77% 80 TYY White 27% Latino 21% Black 27% 70 64% Asian/Pacific Islander VERY GOOD Native American 35% 58% 60 31% White 18% Latino 31% 50 CL Black 42% 28% Asian/Pacific Islander 23% GOOD Native American 22% 40 White 5% 30 Latino 17% COLOU Black 9% Asian/Pacific Islander 6% 20 FAIR Native American 8% White 1% 10 Latino 5% aw Black 2% Asian/Pacific Islander 3% POOR Native American 4% 18-24 35-54 55+ Who Has the Best Access to Good Dental Care? Does More Education Mean Healthier Teeth? 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100% [100% HAS DENTAL INSURANCE White 78% 90 Latino 68% Black 84% Asian/Pacific Islander 85% 80 75% 75% Native American 66% 70% 70 RECEIVED ALL NEEDED DENTAL CARE 60% White 98% Latino 95% 60 Black 95% Asian/Pacific Islander 96% Native American 93% 50 REASON FOR NOT GETTING DENTAL CARE 40 BLACK ASIAN/PACIFIC ISLANDER NATIVE AMERICAN WHITE LATINO 30 Dentist didn't know how to provide care 1% 2% 4% 27% 11% No insurance 20 32% 36% 26% 5% 4% Didn't know where to go for treament 10 4% 6% 2% 27% 2% Health plan problem Less than high school Assoc's degree or some college Bachelor's degree High school graduate 9% 17% 7% 32% 1% or more A collaboration between GOOD and ROBERT A. DI IESO, JR. SOURCES: Centers for Disease Control; Pediatrics

How Well Do We Take Care of America's Teeth?

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This infographic provides information for how well Americans care for their teeth, despite the fact that they lack dental insurance. It breaks down dental hygien by age, race and gender. It gives info...

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Robert A. Di Ieso Jr.

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