There are an average of 2,679 residents per general dental practice in Hawaii, which is lower than the current U.S. average of 2,960.
There are an average of 9,799 residents per specialty practice in Hawaii, which is lower than the current U.S. average of 10,133.
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This is higher than the current U.S. median of 37.8 years.
This is higher than the current U.S. median of $60,336.
This is lower than the current U.S. rate of 12.7%.
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This is lower than the current U.S. average of 78.7%.
This is lower than the current U.S. average of 13.1%.
This is higher than the current U.S. average of 2.54.
This is higher than the current U.S. rate of 87%.
This is higher than the current U.S. rate of 30%.
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