Nearly a third of employees would pay for dental insurance as employee benefit, survey finds
More than half of UK employees (58%) think that having bad teeth negatively affects their confidence, research by Unum Dental has suggested. The survey of 2001 workers revealed that women were more self-conscious of having poor teeth, with 67% saying that their confidence in public would be affected compared to 49% of men, while generation Z were found to be most concerned about oral aesthetics (69%). Earlier this year, The Oral Health Foundation revealed that 87% of those under 35 are self-conscious...
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