Dentacoin Weekly Updates: March 20–27, 2020

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It’s already the end of the month with Spring fast approaching. Are you all ready for the bloom? Let us prepare you further, as we catch up with the latest highlights:

1) Dentacoin Tools:

👥 NEW USERS

We welcomed 250 new users on DentaVox, Trusted Reviews, Dentacare, Dentacoin Wallet dApp.

⭐ TRUSTED REVIEWS

GUIDE FOR DENTISTS: WHAT TO DO DURING LOCKDOWN

Is the COVID-19 lockdown keeping you at home, away from patients? There are still ways to use your time productively and plan for a strong comeback. Check out the 5 ideas with things to do during lockdown in the latest infographic on our blog.

FEATURED PROFILE: SANSHILP DENTAL CLINIC

Meet Dr. Srushti Desai from Sanshilp Dental Clinic in India. Dr. Desai recently joined Trusted Reviews and we are looking forward to feedback from her patients!

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FEATURED PROFILE: INDENTAL

Let’s give a warm welcome to Dr. Norka Altamirano and the team of 15 dental specialists of InDental, Ecuador! Over the past 9 years, they have been providing exceptional dental care to 5000+ patients! Learn more on Dentacoin Trusted Reviews

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✅ DENTAVOX SURVEYS

FEATURED SURVEY: CHILDHOOD -> ADULT BAD HABITS

Which of your childhood bad oral habits did you carry with you into adulthood? Did they affect your oral health? Share in our brand new paid survey:

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BONUS SURVEY: FAKE DENTIST REVIEWS

Have you ever read reviews that are obviously fake? How did you recognize their falseness? Why do people even write fake reviews? Have you done it yourself? Share your opinion and experience on this curious topic:

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INFOGRAPHIC: BAD ORAL HEALTH & DATING

Successful dating can be sabotaged by oral health issues, according to the latest results from “Dating & Oral Health” Survey. Poor oral health had been the reason to stop dating someone for 68% of respondents but only 14% of them told the other person directly. Check the infographic to find out which was the deal-breaking dental issue:

STATS: CHRONIC CONDITIONS AND DENTAL CARE

8 in 10 respondents claim dentists can refuse dental treatment to people with chronic conditions. According to men, the main reason would be a high risk of contracting the disease, while women see a lack of equipment to treat such patients as the main obstacle. What is your opinion: Is it ethical for a dentist to reject a patient in need?

2) Media Mentions:

RoodeportNorthInsider — 20 Myths, Facts & Stats about children’s teeth

Dental-Tribune Mening publiek over implantate

RetailTimes — Digital marketer has five ideas for dentists during COVID-19 lockdown

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