14 Worst-Teeth Cities
These towns are no strangers to stains or decay -- hope your home didn't make the list
No. 1: Biloxi, Miss.Biloxi is like a perfect storm for bad teeth: no. 51 in dentists per capita, no. 52 (we're counting D.C. and Puetro Rico in here) in dental visits, no. 51 in exercise, and no. 49 in fruit and vegetable consumption. As if that weren't enough, it's also no. 7 in teeth loss and the third smokiest city in America. Teeth don't stand a chance here!
If you live in one of these cities, or maybe your smile could just use a boost, check out our guide to the best and worst teeth whiteners here.