Largest Worldwide Consumer Oral Health Awareness Survey

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Notice Indonesia – Not Fluoridated –

SUNSTAR:  
Largest Worldwide Consumer Oral Health Awareness Survey

Reveals the Best Tooth Brushers, Worst Habits

and Most Smile Satisfaction

More proof water fluoridation is a fraud?

Non-Fluoridated Indonesia ranked number one in a survey of
15 countries for the best teeth.

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  • 15 countries surveyed across Europe, North/South America and Asia

  • UK ranks best for brushing teeth twice a day with fluoride toothpaste, 47%, followed by the US, 40%

  • Tooth sensitivity is the top oral health problem worldwide – with Thai suffering the most, 37%

  • Worst sweet habit – China ranks highest for this bad habit, 31%

  • People in the Netherlands are happiest with their teeth – 18% do not want any cosmetic treatment to improve their smile, compared to just 5% in Thailand, Spain, Italy and Brazil – who have the least smile satisfaction

ETOY, Switzerland, September 08, 2021–(BUSINESS WIRE)–A new worldwide consumer oral health awareness survey across 15 countries has revealed an amazing snapshot of oral health, habits, concerns and desires across the globe.

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Largest Worldwide Consumer Oral Health Awareness Survey Reveals the Best Toothbrushers, Worst Habits and Most Smile Satisfaction (Graphic: Business Wire)

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In the largest survey of its kind totalling 15,000 respondents, findings range from the countries best at brushing teeth twice a day with fluoride toothpaste, to the top worst dental habits and most common dental issues.

The inaugural 2021 Global Healthy Thinking Report by international oral healthcare company, Sunstar, with brands including GUM, Butler and Ora2, also provides insight into which countries have seen the worst oral health impact during the pandemic, which countries are looking after their teeth best, and those who have the best smile satisfaction.

Worldwide findings include:

Most and least oral health issues – Thailand has the most and worst problems with oral health, just 1 in ten have no problems and just 5% are happy with their teeth. The UK ranked the highest, 40%, for not having any problems with their teeth.

Worst habits you would like to give up – Germany and Spain ranked equally the highest at 27% for smoking as the worst habit harmful to their dental health. 22% of Italians, Indonesians and Brazilians said drinking coffee, tea and staining drinks was their worst habit, while China ranks highest for sweets as their worst habit, 31%.

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