Official Statistics

Oral health survey of 5-year-old children: 2014 to 2015

Public Health England has published the results of this biennial national survey, which took place in the academic year 2014 to 2015.

Documents

Oral health survey of 5-year-old children 2014 to 2015: short statistical commentary

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Pre-release access list: oral health survey of 5-year-old children, 2014 to 2015

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Detail

The results of the survey show:

  • variation at both regional and local authority level for both prevalence and severity of dental decay
  • 75.2% of the sample population had no experience of visually obvious dental decay
  • children’s dental health has continued to show improvement since 2008