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 which oral habits people consider the healthiest or most harmful for their oral health. See which harmful oral habits they currently have, especially about cleaning teeth and using them as tools, and if they have tried breaking them.
Find out if people consider the oral problems of men and women differently and which part of a woman's life is the riskiest. See how women see their oral health throughout their lives - childhood, puberty, their reproductive years and beyond.
Find out if people believe they should see a dentist in case of toothache. See what has caused people's last toothache and how they treated it. Among those who went to a dentist, see which dentist they visited.
Find out what is the best way of preventing plaque build-up and describing teeth cleaning. See who'd ideally do it, if people have had their teeth cleaned at home, or in a dental office (how often and how they check if the cleaning is done well).
Children's oral health is covered with various myths that confuse parents' daily care. Is sugar the only cause of cavities in kids? When should a child start going to the dentist? See perceptions on the topic and check our blog for a myth-busting article.
Find out how people imagine the dental office of their dreams - is it a place and where is, what color and smell is it, how are the walls decorated, how is the space organized, who greets patients and how do dentist explain about treatments.
Find out how safe amalgam fillings are considered. See if people believe they cause different health problems, if they have replaced them and if they agree that amalgam fillings should not be used at all.
Find out which is the most important component of dental prevention, what is most difficult and what was done in the past 12 months. See if dental disease awareness campaigns are noticed. Also see who bears the largest financial burden of check-ups and cleanings.
See if people agree with the statements "The offers and promotions involving oral care products save a substantial amount of money.", or that "Dental deals help me prevent issues with my teeth and gums". Find out which option for reducing dental costs is considered the best one overall, and what factors might motivate people to use various options for reducing dental costs.
See how sensitive teeth are best described, what is the worst about the condition and how it affects a person's life. Find out how many people have the condition, in what situations it is felt the most and how they typically manage it.