GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Eating After Filling Statistics

Understanding the patterns and trends in eating behavior after feeling full through statistical analysis.

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"Dental fillings last on average up to 10 years, benefits significantly extend if patients avoid hard foods in the initial 24 hours."

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"Over half (52%) of amalgam fillings last longer when patients strictly follow the dentist's eating guidelines post-procedure."

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"Statistically, composite fillings show a reduced lifespan of 7-10 years if patients eat soon after the dental procedure."

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"People who don't follow the dentist's advice about eating after filling can increase the risk of nerve damage by 30%."

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"About 25% of patients reported experiencing pain while eating soon after filling."

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"Almost 65% of dental clinicians advise waiting at least two hours before eating after dental fillings."

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"Over 40% of patients observed a change in their eating habits after a dental filling."

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"About 74% of patients reported discomfort when eating hot or cold food after dental fillings."

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"Nearly 80% of teeth with fillings show a quicker deposition of plaque if they are exposed to food immediately after the procedure."

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"Over 50% of patients who eat acidic foods after dental filling treatments experienced some enamel degradation."

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"Around 18% of patients who ate crunchy food within two hours after fillings experienced increased tooth sensitivity."

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"Over 70% of dentist recommend patients to refrain from eating until the local anesthetic has completely worn off, to avoid unintentional biting of cheeks, lips, or tongue."

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"Just under two-thirds (63%) of patients who ate immediately after having a filling procedure reported difficulty in chewing."

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"Approximately 36% of patients reported sensitivity to sweet foods and beverages if consumed immediately after a filling."

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"Nearly 30% of children who ate immediately after fillings reported accidentally biting their lip or tongue due to numbness."

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