This is a list of the key statistics for family dentistry, based on the latest data available.
We’ve highlighted the key factors that make up the most common types of family dentist in each category, as well as the main areas of practice in each state.
Family Dentistry in each State/Territory There are currently 521 family dentists in the United States, representing over 70% of all family dentist practitioners.
However, the total number of family dentist practitioners in the country is actually less than 1% of the total population of the United Kingdom.
The UK has over 2.2 million family dentist residents, and nearly half of them are in the UK.
This means that the population of family dental practice in the USA is over 4 times the population in the entire UK.
The overall population of each state in the US is over 5.6 million.
In terms of the number of dentists practising in each of the states, New York is the largest state with over 1,500 family dentist practices.
It also has the second largest population of any state with more than 1,300 family dentist practising practitioners.
There are approximately 825 family dentist offices in the state of New York, and they represent over one third of the population.
The number of full-time residents in each dental office is about 1.8 million, or almost 20% of those dentists.
The total number and percentage of dentistry residents in the New York state is over 30% of its total population.
Although New York has only one full-service dental office, its dental community is growing rapidly.
In fact, the number and size of dental offices in New York City grew from 0.5 to 4.5% per year in the early 1990s.
The state’s population is expected to grow by almost 4% per annum by 2050, according to the state Department of Health.
The population of New Yorkers also grows at a faster rate than other states.
The average age of residents is approximately 40 years old in New Mexico, the age group with the highest proportion of dentist residents.
The highest proportion is seen in the northern part of the state, with an average age for dental residents of 38 years old.
In the northern half of the US, the highest rate of dental population growth is seen at the northern edge of the southern half of New Mexico.
The median age of dental residents is 37 years old, which is also the age at which dental offices are the least populated.
This may be due to the relatively high cost of dental services, particularly in New Hampshire.
There is an increasing trend of dental practitioners working longer hours and working more hours than their counterparts in other states, with more people working in the dental industry, as more people in the area have dental insurance.
The dental workforce in New England is also growing.
As of December 31, 2010, the US dental workforce comprised about 12% of total dental workforce, representing about 8,400 dental workers in New Bedford, Massachusetts.
As a result, New England’s dental workforce is expected grow by approximately 2.4% per cent per year from 2020 to 2026.
In Massachusetts, the population is forecast to increase by approximately 5.1% per person between 2020 and 2026, representing an additional 8,800 dental workers.
The largest dental workforce of all is expected in Massachusetts Bay.
The region has approximately 9,600 dental residents, representing approximately 13% of dental staff in the region.
The most dental workers are located in the metropolitan Boston area, which has a dental workforce that is more than twice the size of that of the other state.
The area has a total population that is approximately 1,100,000, which means there are approximately 2,500,000 dental staff working in Massachusetts.
The metropolitan Boston metropolitan area has the highest dental workforce concentration in the nation, with a population of approximately 1.6% of a total of 2.5 million residents.
Overall, the largest dentistry population is concentrated in the Northeastern US.
The geographic distribution of dental workforce has been shifting over the last decade, with most of the dental workforce residing in the Northeast and the Midwest.
The Northeast is expected have the largest population, with about 20% or more of dental professionals working in that region.
However the majority of dental employees work in the Southern and Midwestern states.
There were about 18,300 dentists working in Louisiana in 2012, which was the highest number of dental workers there since 2004.
In 2016, there were about 19,000 dentists, an increase of nearly 4% over 2015.
There has also been an increase in the number, number of and number of residents in Southern and Eastern states.
However overall, the dental population is still growing.
The growth rate of the overall dental workforce for the last two decades has been increasing, with dental workers growing by approximately 1% per month over the past