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 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.
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 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 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 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 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 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.
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 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.
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.