Understanding the Dental Industry

Professional vs. Romantic Relationships: Which Impact Oral Health More [Survey Stats Infographic]

It is common wisdom that a healthy radiant smile is a great asset that opens doors in the professional arena and in the romantic field. And results from our recent survey on DentaVox show that romantic and […]

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Dental Survey Statistics

πŸ‘«Enjoying good oral health often results in more kissing and/ or increased sexual activity, a recent survey on DentaVox reveals. It also leads to more social contacts and more frequent talks to random acquaintances. πŸ“Š How better […]

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Top hygiene at the dental office matters. That’s what the majority of respondents shared when asked about the most important factors for creating a positive first impression. πŸ“Š See the other essential traits every practice should keep […]

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One-third of survey participants developed fear of dentists after experiencing a bad dental experience. The top three worst dental experiences for people seem to be: 1) Painful procedure 2) Long treatment 3) Unsuccessful treatment WHAT WAS YOUR […]

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37% of respondents have remained loyal to their dentist in the past 10 years. Only 13% switched to a new dentist 3 times or more during the same period. πŸ“ŠCheck out more interesting statistics in our Daily […]

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The majority of respondents expect to try out teledentistry within the next 5 years. They see its main potential in areas of health promotion & prevention education, dental disease diagnosis & risk assessment, and preventive procedures. WHAT […]

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The majority of survey participants point purely white as the perfect color of the walls in their dentist’s office. Other preferred options include pastel colors and landscape wallpapers. πŸ“ŠCheck out more interesting statistics in our Daily Polls […]

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The majority of respondents think it’s right to give cash to children when they lose a milk tooth. Parents are even more convinced with 83% of them supporting this practice. WHAT DO YOU THINK? Share in the […]

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27.3% of respondents believe the ideal way of brushing teeth is with short back-and-forth movements. Experts disagree and advise to start from the gum and use circular, up-and-down motions. πŸ“Š More statistics on the topic “Oral Care […]

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“As long as I am good at my job, online reviews are not important” – said no one in the 21st century. Online reviews can make or break a business and dental offices are no exception. A […]

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Only 1.4% of respondents don’t pay attention to informational materials in the dentist’s office. Most people look at brochures and posters; less read magazines, watch TV or use any interactive content. ➑️ More statistics on the topic […]

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Every fourth respondent takes worse care of their teeth when exposed to high stress levels. Brushing less often and/ or for a shorter time seem to be the most common bad habits when life gets hectic. πŸ“Š […]

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😲 82.8% of respondents, who have tried dental self-treatment, have experienced a few or many complications afterwards. Why still choosing it then? “There is no waiting time” and “I’ve had similar issues before and I know what […]

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Over 90% of people are convinced that food choices affect oral health. πŸ” Approx. 40% of respondents, though, believe starchy foods (wholegrains, refined grains, savory foods with flour, baked sweets) are healty for their teeth. In fact, […]

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Four in five people have a dentist they regularly go to. Main reasons: satisfaction and trust. The other 1/5 of respondents choose a dentist considering two main aspects: 1) convenient location; and 2) soonest availability. πŸ“Š Check […]

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If they had to choose now, half of the people would prefer private over public insurance, compared to 30% that would go for a public one. More men than women are likely to stay with their public […]

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Are women less interested in cryptocurrency than men? It seems so as 22.4% of our female respondents know nothing about it. Among male respondents, this share is significantly smaller – only 2.2%. πŸ“Š Catch up with more […]

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An alarming share of respondents (52.9%) believe that lack of pain means lack of dental problems. The trend is less pronounced for women as 38.3% of them agree with this statement. In fact, by the time a […]

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Are misaligned teeth and bite something to worry about? Not really, according to 32.2% of respondents, who seem to feel comfortable/ relaxed about the orthodontic problem they have. More women than men tend to feel embarrassed or […]

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The majority define fluoride as safe (61.9%) and beneficial in cavity prevention (72.5%). However, a significant number of people – 20.6% – say it causes cancer, even in the recommended daily doses. What are the other perceived […]

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According to a recent survey on DentaVox, natural smiles are perceived as more trustworthy compared to Hollywood-style ones. Healthy teeth, fresh breath and natural color seem to be the main elements of the ideal smile. πŸ‘‰πŸ» Discover […]

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