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A review carried out in the UK and many EU states and countries worldwide every ten years since 1968, 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. The specific aims of the survey are to establish the condition of the natural teeth and supporting tissues; to investigate dental experiences, attitudes, and knowledge; dental care and oral hygiene; to establish the state and use made of dentures worn in conjunction with natural teeth; to identify those people who have lost all of their natural teeth and investigate their use of dentures; and to monitor the extent to which oral health targets set by government are being met. See also children's dental health survey.

http://www.statistics.gov.uk/ssd/surveys/adult_dental_health_survey.asp Summary of the 1998 survey on the government's Office of National Statistics site.

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