OECD report shows British 12 year olds have the fewest fillings or missing teeth.
An OECD report, “Health at a glance”, compared the teeth of 12 year olds in OECD countries.
Polish children have the worst teeth in any OECD country: a 12 year old has nearly four teeth that are missing, decayed or have a filling.
American adults are renowned for having perfect sets of pearly whites, but, on average, each child has one decayed or missing tooth.
Britain and Germany's children have the healthiest teeth.