August 31, 2020
by Mario Canseco, Research Co
Just over two-in-five Canadians went to the dentist twice in the past year, a new Research Co. poll has found.
In the online survey of a representative national sample, 26% of Canadians say they have not visited the dentist over the past 12 months. About a third (32%) went to the dentist only once, while 42% visited two or more times.
Men (28%), Canadians aged 35-to-54 (27%), residents of Manitoba and Saskatchewan (33%) and those in the lowest income bracket (35%) are more likely to have skipped a visit to the dentist in the last year.
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