More than 300 Surveyed on Dental Habits
30,000+ Dentists Converge in Chicago February 27-March 1
CHICAGO, Feb. 23 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Chicago Dental Society (CDS) recently polled more than 300 Chicago-area residents to find out how the economy is affecting their choices about dental care and learn more about their dental health.
As we countdown to CDS's annual Midwinter Meeting, one of the largest displays of dental products in North America, here are some of the topline findings from the survey.
On the economy's impact on their personal dental care:
When asked to rank how healthy they thought their teeth and gums were:
How often do they brush and floss?
On the relationship between their diet and oral health:
How often do they go to the dentist?
On insurance coverage:
When asked what they planned to do about dental care in 2009:
Any cosmetic dentistry procedures?
Why: Data was collected for the Chicago Dental Society's 144th annual Midwinter Meeting, which begins at McCormick Place in Chicago on February 26, 2009. The exhibit floor opens on February 27.
|SOURCE Chicago Dental Society|
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