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 is the most important function of dental waiting rooms, and their best vibe. See how people describe the waiting rooms of their dentists, if they talk to other patients (and about what), and what they do (including oral hygiene).
Find out what people think about tooth gaps or diastema - what is its best description, the most common cause, should it be treated and when is best time to do so. See how many people have diastema, or have had one.
Find out what dental fillings are considered the best / worst & why. See if people have had any, and what types; when they got their 1st one, and how many they currently have. Also, see what option to dealing with tooth decay they'd choose now.
Are braces only for kids? Are they always painful and uncomfortable? Can every family dentist straighten your teeth? Do orthodontic treatments take years? We explored the awareness of the most popular notions about braces! See the results.
Find out how people think of laser dentistry, what are its greatest advantages and disadvantages. See whether people have had such care and how satisfied they are. See why they think it's not more popular and what they'd choose now - laser or drill.
Do animals need oral care? What about teeth brushing? Or dental treatment? See what people do or don't do to help their animals enjoy good oral health.
Do dentists make small gestures to patients? Do they congratulate them on their birthdays? Or on public holidays? Do they make any special discounts? Do they invite patients to events? And if not - would patients like this personal touch?
Find out what people think about salivary diagnostics - where is it most useful, what conditions can it diagnose, its place for check-ups. See how the accuracy of these tests compares to other tests in people's minds and if people have had any.
Find out how people see private vs. public dental care - for whom are they most suitable, where do they perform the best / worst, what are the expectations for the future, and how do they fare in direct comparison.
Find out how people describe dental treatments, their status on ever receiving one & what would be a reason to accept one. See more detail on their last plan, such as diagnostic tools used, manner of presentation, treatment alternatives, etc.