We believe that the dental market research data we collect can be very useful to dental professionals, suppliers, manufacturers, health media, and anyone who is somehow involved in the dental industry. That’s why we share our carefully selected survey results for free. The Blockchain technology behind DentaVox ensures the authenticity and actuality of the dental statistics presented.
Find out which complaint about dental practices is most common and which - serious. See how many complaints would drive people away from a dental practice and who / what means of communication they trust more.
Find out what people think about dental costs - what treatments would contribute the most to good health, which are the least widely available, what costs the most, how much do fillings and implants cost vs. their ideal cost, and the ideal monthly premium for a full coverage private insurance.
Find out how people evaluate summer life vs. the other months of the year. Also, see how they compare their summer activities to the other times of the year.
Find out what people evaluate as the greatest positive / negative effect of the COVID-19 pandemic of early 2020. Discover how people see their life with it, if they canceled any planned consultations / treatments and if they went to a dentist, or why they didn't go.
Find out how common it is to lie to one's dentist and the main reason to do it. See if people expect their dentists to catch the lie and what is the easiest way. See what people lie about and how they usually feel when doing it.
Find out how people imagine the ideal dental waiting room - from the most relevant gadgets, technologies & relaxation options to its size, color, lighting, smell, sounds, number of people and ways to occupy oneself.
For both type 1 and 2 diabetics, find out what creates most difficulties and how increased their risk for oral diseases. In regards to dental care, see if they need special considerations and what is the hardest. Find out which Type 1 diabetes treatment is most effective and which type of diabetes has the most negative effect on oral health.
Find out how people see the importance of genes / biological sex / continents for oral health. See which aspect of oral health is most dependent on genes. Finally, see which generation in people's families has the best oral health and why.
Find out how people see the connection between their oral and general health. See which oral health issues are seen as signs for general problems, and which ones. See also what general illnesses oral health issues may lead to. Find out people's plans for the timeframe of treating their next oral health issue.
Do all people have wisdom teeth? Do they serve any purpose or do they only cause discomfort and misalignment of the other teeth? Is extraction always the best solution? We explored the awareness of twenty popular wisdom teeth notions. See the results.
Respondents: 15/100 people