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.
Brushing, flossing, rinsing... Are those really the basics of proper oral hygiene? Do people think that brushing more often or harder makes your teeth healthier? Or that flossing is overrated? See statistics on the topic and check our blog for a myth-busting article.
Find out if which relationships contribute to good oral health the most, how partners help us to maintain our good oral health and how our oral health affects our intimate relationships and our random acquaintances.
Find out if dental issues get in the way self-esteem and what cosmetic dental treatment would increase self-esteem the most.
Find out if people have had oral care education in school, how the information was presented and what topics were covered. Also, see if the ideal oral care education in school should be mandatory, how the information should be presented and what topics should be covered.
Find out if people get their first impressions of dental offices online or offline. See how important it is for dental offices to create a good first impression and what is most important in creating one.
Find out what types of home remedies are used and what the main reason to use them is. See which dental issues respond best to each type of home remedy.
How do people actually clean their teeth? How long do they brush and with what type of toothbrush? What kind of toothpaste or alternative fo they use? And what about flossing, or using mouthwash, or alternatives? How different is people's typical oral care routine from their ideal one?
Find out what people think is the worst dental experience and what the best reaction to it. Also, see what are the worst dental experiences that have actually happened and what were their psychological consequences.
Find out if people buy their own oral care products and what factors matter in choosing toothbrushes and toothpaste. See what brands of toothbrush and toothpaste people use the most.
Find out how people check for their dentist's availability or if they are reminded about dental appointments. See what information patients are given when scheduling appointments and after them. Are the actual treatment and its cost different from the planned?