Data from the Adult Dental Survey conducted in /10 have recorded some major changes in the pattern of oral conditions in British adults. The change in the number of sound and untreated teeth in recent decades has been particularly marked in younger xxvoyeur.xyz by: The importance of understanding barriers to dental attendance of adults in the UK was acknowledged in the first Adult Dental Health Survey in and has been investigated in all subsequent ADH surveys. In , approximately 40% of dentate adults said they attended for Cited by:
A review carried out in the UK and many EU states and countries worldwide every ten years since , to provide information on the current state of adults' teeth and oral health in the four countries of the UK and to measure changes in oral health since the previous survey. Mar 24, · Summary The Adult Dental Health Survey (ADHS) is the fifth in a series of national dental surveys that have been carried out every decade since The main purpose of these surveys has been to get a picture of the dental health of .
Jun 16, · Oral health survey of adults attending dental practices Results of the first dental health survey of people aged 16 years and over attending primary care dental practices . Oral Health & Well-Being in the United States summarizes select data on self-reported oral health status, attitudes and dental care utilization among United States adults as of based on an innovative household survey. See the report: Oral Health and Well-Being in the United States (PDF) - see the national results in an easy to read infographic.