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 what toothbrushes people use - the bristles, material. See what toothbrushes they consider the best - the type, material and bristles.
Find out what people think about the oral microbiome, the sings of its balance / imbalance & the strategies tkeep it healthy. See what strategies they have used. Find out what people think of probiotics, in foods & supplements, and if they have used any.
What would people choose: Going to the dentist or 2-hour intense gym workout? Going to the dentist or cleaning the entire house? Going to the dentist or not using Facebook for a week? See how (un)pleasant are dental visits.
Find out which breath fresheners are considered the best / worst and in which situations a freshener should be used. See what fresheners people use most often and which foods, candy / mints, essential oils, and liquids they typically use.
Find out what people think about tongue cleaning - should it be done, with what (and for tongue scrapers, what material they should be). On the other hand, see if people actually do it and why.
Find out what people think about dental patients who get services / treatments under the influence of drugs / alcohol, what the benefits / problems might be and what the dentist should do. See it people have been in these situations and why.
Are bleeding gums something normal? Is bad oral hygiene the only cause of gum disease? Is this condition treatable? And avoidable? See people's perceptions of popular myths and facts on the topic.
Find out what social media people use and which ones they think dentists should use, what they should publish, and if dentists should pay for advertisements there. See what people think about those dentists who don't use such platforms.
For which products do people distinguish fake online reviews the easiest? How do fake dentist reviews compare to those in general? See how people estimate the share of fake dentist reviews, how they recognize them and if they have written any.
Who's in need of better teeth? Men or women? Children or adults, or the elderly? The haves or the have-nots? Dentists and their staff or other professionals? And why would you say that? Share your views and see what others have to say.