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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.
Check how many people would consider cosmetic dental procedures, what is the key reason they would opt for such procedures, and what is their biggest concern about cosmetic dentistry.
Learn how many people have ever had dental treatments under general sedation; how many respondents have experienced allergic reactions to local anesthetics; and which factors might prevent them from seeking general sedation.
Find out how many people have ever resorted to local anesthetics during a dental treatment, how many find them harmful, and whether people with dental fear consider them an efficient relief.
Check how many people have ever taken analgesics after a dental procedure; how many of all respondents have been prescribed pain killers by their dentist; and what factors might prevent them from taking analgesic medications.
Find out how familiar people are with "leukoplakia"; how many have ever been diagnosed with leukoplakia; what percentage of people suffering from leukoplakia are active smokers; and what would encourage respondents to seek treatment.
Check how many people around the world trust their dentist; how well informed they are to make decisions; whether they would see another dentist, as well as what percentage of patients have been misdiagnosed.
Find out how many respondents have experienced unethical behavior by their dentist and what part of them would report it. Also check what people think about dentists sharing other patients' cases and what percentage thinks that dentists are focused on money.
Find out what payment options people have for getting space maintainers for themselves or their family members, as well as the factors that would help them decide for getting one or against seeking a dentist in case of a child's missing tooth.
Find out what would stimulate people to seek a dentist and what would prevent them from seeking dental treatment in case of an injury to the face or mouth.
Find out how people evaluate the oral hygiene guidance they have received as children, whether they use homemade oral care products, and how much they spend on dental treatment per year. See how they have evaluated the healthfulness of their dietary habits and when they use sugar alternatives.
Find out how many people have dental veneers, how they feel about them and how they perceive their cost. Also, learn how often people have their teeth/veneers professionally cleaned and how often they brush teeth after consuming acidic foods/drinks.
Find out what kind of dental services and facilities people around the world normally use; what kind of problems they face when looking for dental help; and what alternatives to dental treatment they resort to.
Find out what phrase best describes the people aged 55-75 and how people evaluate their oral health. Also, see what share of the respondents have considered cosmetic surgery or orthodontic treatment to mitigate the effects of aging.
See how often people engage in physical activities. Find out the prevalence of eating disorders among respondents and in their close social circle, whether those with eating disorders have visited a dentist in relation to the disorder and whether they were prescribed a nutritional plan.
Find out the age up to which people believe they should brush a child's teeth and how often parents use sweets as a reward. Also, see if children brush their teeth by themselves, how often they visit a dentist, and how many cavities they currently have.
Find out how much people know about gum disease and whether they believe it can be prevented. Also, see how often people have tartar removed and how strongly the condition of one's gums affects one's emotional state. Last, but not least, check out how many people have been diagnosed with gum disease.
Find out what dental problems mothers experienced during pregnancy. Also, see how many times children have had poorly applied fillings; whether children have sealants, how often parents sweeten their children's food and how sweet children prefer their beverages.
Find out how satisfied people are with their life situations. Also, see what their level of awareness of teeth grinding is and how much this issue affects them, their partners or their close social circle.
Find out the attitudes of people towards raising children, as well as their level of awareness of teeth grinding in children. Also, see how parents evaluate the advice and guidance they provide about oral health.
Find out if people check their toothpaste for sodium lauryl sulfate; how they evaluate their dental health in the past 12 months; how the last episode of cold sores compares to previous ones and if people worried they will pass them to others; what type of healthcare specialist they consulted during the last leukoplakia episode and how long it took the last thrush episode to clear.
Find out how much vitamins / supplements people take; how they evaluate their dental hygiene in the past 12 months. See how people feel about bad breath, how long they have had it and how effective their coping strategies are.
Studies suggest that up to half of all people may have some form of dental fear and anxiety. Even if few have the most severe form, dental phobia, for many their fear may get in the way of better oral health and stronger confidence.
See how many people have been diagnosed with oral cancer. For those with cancer, you can see when they were diagnosed, who first suspected it, and what their oral hygiene at the time of diagnosis was. For those without the disease, you can find out their estimate of how likely they are to develop it in the future.
Are children afraid of the dentist? What factors trigger dental anxiety in children? What is the role of parents in developing healthy oral care habits, incl. regular dental visits? Find out key insights on the topic.
Find out how people typically pay for dental care services. Also, see what type of application was used the last time they applied for a dental credit. See what the level of awareness of digital currencies is and how likely people are to seek dental services for which they can pay with such currencies.
Traditional or implant-supported dental bridge? Find out more about people's preferences, as well as about the probability to choose any of those restorations in case of missing teeth.
See how knowledgeable people feel about dental bridges and how many they have. Also, find out if those who have a dental bridge got any discount on the price, how satisfied they are and how likely to get another dental bridge.
Find out how many people have had root canal treatment and how many have had any of their teeth, including their wisdom teeth, pulled out.
Find out the importance of preserving any wisdom teeth that may come out and how many wisdom teeth have been pulled out. For those who have wisdom teeth pulled out, find out when the first one was extracted.
See what color teeth people have and how often they have whitened their teeth in the past 5 years. Also, find out how frequently they use charcoal-containing toothpaste.
See how much people know about dental crowns and how many have them. Also, find out if those who have a dental crown got any discount on the price, how satisfied they are and how likely they are to get another one in the next 5 years.
See which smile is more trustworthy, what are the elements of the ideal smile and how many have had a smile makeover to get a Hollywood smile.
Find out what people think about the significance of flossing for oral health and its safety. See how many people have engaged in regular flossing.
Find out what is the share of respondents with dentures, what type of dentures people prefer, what are the usual costs of dentures, how people feel when seeing a removable denture falling out of one's mouth and more key statistics.
Find out how beneficial, safe and effective fluoride is, in the recommended doses, for people's oral health and how much fluoride people consume.
Find out how important it is for people to straighten crooked teeth and how many have had braces. See what effect metal and aesthetic braces have on the personal lives of those who wear them. Also, see what kind of braces would be chosen if people had to make that choice at the present moment.
Online reviews by patients can make or break dentist's online reputation. Find the latest trends in patient's behavior related to reading reviews, trusting other patients feedback, and their own willingness to contribute.
Which type of braces is considered the best option? How do people react when they see someone with braces? Have people worn braces and how many times? What is their natural bite and teeth alignment? See also, how people with problem bites feel about them; how old people were when they first had braces, their reasons and overall satisfaction.
Causes, treatments, influencing factors... Who knows and thinks what about cavities? Check key market insights on the level of awareness about one of the most common dental problems.
Do people have a regular dentist and what are their reasons for typically visiting one or many dentists. Find out how regular dentists react to patients informing them about treatment complications. Also, see is patients typically know the cost of their dental visit / treatment with their regular dentist.
Find out how frequently people have dental check-ups and if the following elements are typically included - collection of medical history, a cleaning session, x-rays, photographs, examination of bite/teeth positioning, and what recommendations were given at the last dental check-up
Find out how people view public and private dental insurance options, if they have dental insurance at the moment and if they had to choose now, whether they will choose public or private plans. See why they rely on private and public insurance plans, and what motivates them to get dental insurance in the first place.
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