A new study has shown that English people have better teeth than their US counterparts.
In the study, published in the British Medical Journal,
researchers in the UK and the US examined data from English and American dental surveys.
The results showed that the average number of missing teeth was 6.97 for English participants, but 7.31 for those in the US.
Additionally, people were more likely to suffer poor dental health in the US because of socio-economic factors.
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