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 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 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 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 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 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.
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 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 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 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.
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.