Survey says more people are willing to go to dentist

By DrBicuspid.com staff writers

May 7, 2021 -- More people would consider going to the dentist now than this time last year, according to newly announced survey results from data advocate firm Invisibly.

The company polled 1,044 people to find out how they feel about returning to life activities now versus July 2020. A total of 61% of respondents said they'd feel comfortable going to the dentist now, versus just 49% last year. That's higher than the 55% of respondents who said they would return to working in an office.

Furthermore, the data showed little difference in the groups of people who said they would wait at least two months to get back to normal compared to the responses gathered last July. Also, men were much more likely than women to resume their typical activities.

Survey respondents who would consider going to the dentist in April 2021 vs July 2020
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Survey respondents who would consider going to the dentist in April 2021 vs July 2020. Image courtesy of Invisibly.

Survey respondents who would consider going to the dentist in April 2021 vs July 2020

Survey respondents who would consider going to the dentist in April 2021 vs July 2020. Image courtesy of Invisibly.


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