4 Simple Steps

Start making money by taking surveys!

DentaVox collects valuable customer insights on various dental health topics. We reward those who share their opinion in Dentacoin (DCN) - the first digital currency created especially for the dental industry. Just sign up and start earning today!

1. WARM UP

Choose a topic you like and take a survey to get your first Dentacoin tokens!

2. SIGN UP

Register with your Facebook or Civic account. This is to make sure you are a real person.

3. GRAB REWARD

Upon registration, your reward will be assigned to your profile. You can withdraw it anytime!

4. TAKE SURVEYS

Each survey will give you coins. The more questions you answer, the bigger your reward. Ready?

5 Reasons Why

you should take DentaVox online surveys

01

GENUINE SURVEYS, REAL REWARDS

Our dental surveys explore major dental health topics and gather quality results. As of its establishment, DentaVox has rewarded 35,000+ users with 300+ million DCN.

02

NO STRINGS ATTACHED

Signing up on DentaVox is free. No CC details needed. Quick and immediate payments. You can exchange DCN into any type of currency or use it to cover dental expenses.

03

HELP IMPROVE GLOBAL ORAL HEALTH

With DentaVox, your opinion serves a good cause. Our survey data enables dental professionals to gain insight into patients needs and adapt to them in good time.

04

EVERY OPINION COUNTS

DentaVox loves diversity! People of all ages (18+), ethnicity, socioeconomic status, gender, sexual orientation, religion, and location are welcome to be our respondents.

05

TAKE SURVEYS AT HOME & ON THE GO

You can answer our online dental surveys anytime, both from the comfort of your home and underway. DentaVox works smoothly on all desktop and portable devices.

Our Most Recent

Paid Surveys

Toothache

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6 min

Pain relief Common dental problems

Toothache is notorious for being the worst pain to bear! Have you experienced any toothaches? How did you deal with them and have you recovered fully?

Professional Teeth Cleaning

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16 min

Oral hygiene & habits Common dental problems

The American Dental Association suggests you get a routine teeth cleaning twice a year. Share your thoughts and experiences with teeth cleanings. Do you actually get them? What do you think about them? Do you seek and use alternatives?

20 Questions: Children's Teeth

13838 DCN

4 min

Children's oral health 20 Q: myths & facts

Children's oral health is covered with various myths that confuse parents in their daily care. Is sugar the only cause of cavities in kids? When should a child start going to the dentist? Share your thoughts and follow our blog for results!

The Dental Office of Your Dreams

max 39627 DCN

11 min

Innovations

Relax and let your imagination lead you into the dental office of your dreams! Where is it? How does it look? Who works there? What treatment does it offer? Picture all specifics and tell us about your dream!

Amalgam Fillings

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4 min

Oral hygiene & habits Common dental problems

Mercury is naturally occurring around us and is a known health hazard. However, how much mercury is there and is it all dangerous? Are amalgam filling, which also contain mercury, a foe or friend to our health?

Relationships & Oral Health

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18 min

Oral hygiene & habits Dental psychology Custom surveys

Living with other people affects our oral health in many subtle ways. On the other hand, our oral health also influences our social life, even if we may not be aware of the connection. Or maybe you've noticed a link?

Root Canal (Re)Treatment

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12 min

Common dental problems Dental surgery

Root canal treatments have frightening reputation for pain, discomfort and health hazards. But are they truly that frightening in reality? Have you had one? How was it?

Sensitive Teeth

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12 min

Oral hygiene & habits Common dental problems

When eating and drinking causes you pain and discomfort, the reason may be teeth sensitivity. It is a very common problem with different causes. Have you had it? How did you manage it?

Prevention of Oral Diseases

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22 min

Oral hygiene & habits Dental care system

We've all heard phrases like "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure." Dentists claim this is especially true for dental care. However, what do people actually do? What (de)motivates them? What is the ideal dental prevention?

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