From jokes to media depictions, the myth that Britons have worse teeth than Americans has been repeated time and again. However, the findings detailed by the British Dental Association suggest that this myth is not supported by reality. A new study has shown that English people have better teeth than their American counterparts. Surprisingly, inequalities in access to health care are much higher in the United States than in the United Kingdom.
This means that more people in the UK have access to basic dental services at low cost, while most of the middle and upper classes have access to dental care in the US. UU. In the study, published in the British Medical Journal, researchers from the United Kingdom and the United States examined data from English and American dental surveys. The current figure is only 6% according to the British Dental Association, which shows how far dental standards have improved since then.