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 people see dentistry 50 years from now - overall differences, routine oral care, prevention, treatment, emergencies, cosmetic treatments,the role of technology, etc.
Nowadays, dental implants are considered the most reliable tooth replacement solution. But do people think they are too expensive? Too risky? Too demanding to care for? See the perceptions about popular myths and facts about dental implants.
Find out which are the most and least important factors in choosing dentists, as well as what dentists people would go to - their gender, personality, location, and type of practice. See which gender makes patients more relaxed.
Find out which type of travel is associated with the worst oral care, or if people need different oral care products while traveling. See if oral care on the road is different from at home, and how so. Find out how travelers respond to dental emergencies.
Respondents made a recapitulation of their oral health and lifestyle habits in 2019. Did they visit the dentist regularly? Did their home oral hygiene routine changed? What's the most positive lifestyle habit they adopted? See our up-to-date statistics.
Find out if people use their smart devices to monitor / improve their health, what features of dental apps are most useful. See how often and for which tasks people would use interactive oral care in the next 12 months.
Holidays spice up our life, but do they come at a price? Do they affect our oral hygiene negatively? How does your oral health do during the holidays? What do you do if you have a problem?
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.