Eighty percent said they would be more likely to go to the dentist twice a year if they had dental insurance
Twenty-four percent of British workers said the fear of feeling pain or discomfort is the reason they avoid the dentist, a survey of more than 2000 private sector employees by Unum Dental has shown. More than a quarter (27%) of women said they put off the recommended two check-ups per year out of fear, compared to 22% of men. However it is the fear of the costs potentially involved that puts most British employees off visiting the dentist regularly, the research revealed, with more than a third...
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