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Today's Poll: 09/03/2015

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How often do you visit the dentist? Submitted By Team Swagbucks, CA
2 times per year
Once per year
Less than once per year
Never
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yisman15
on 09/03/15
next poll should be "How often do you shower?" so DHeezy can claim anyone who answers "every day" is lying because DHeezy showers once a month.
tarheel4ever
on 09/03/15
IanNewYasha and 4 others liked this  
ReferJoy = Swag Code

Worth 3 swagbucks!

Hurry before it expires!
IanNewYasha
on 09/03/15
wcstryfe and 1 others liked this  
Swag code alert: ButtonBlink
4 sb, swagbutton only
swaguser77680445
on 09/03/15
phillienole and 3 others liked this  
I hate how there is no time stamp on these comments. For anyone else: the code is expired.
IanNewYasha
on 09/03/15
JaguarXing and 1 others liked this  
What's worse is that neither swag mobile app nor swagbutton gives timely reminders for these, I have to rely on the comments of fellow swaggernaut good samaritans to find these!
bunnygarl
on 09/03/15
morimunda and 2 others liked this  
I use swagcodes spoiler!! It is www.sc-s.com. I get texts :)
morimunda
on 09/03/15
Thanks for the site!
cascade1
on 09/03/15
tarheel4ever liked this  
Thanks!
momof2angels88
on 09/03/15
tarheel4ever liked this  
thank you
mysecrett
on 09/03/15
Interesting Poll Question. I don't have any medical or dental insurance or the money for routine visits so I just take really good care of my teeth on my own and then go to the dentist every few years if there's an issue. So far I've done a good job and have had really good luck. I'm almost 45 and have barely even ever had a cavity.
bunnygarl
on 09/03/15
TMI721 liked this  
Great genes! I have a family history of terrible teeth.. I have had full dentures since 2007. ADVICE!! DO NOT get your bottoms pulled out, no matter what. Save them!!
My denture plate has nothing to hold onto. I have a very hard time chewing anything! I cannot even get the little pegs. :(
morimunda
on 09/03/15
Sorry to hear about your tooth troubles and I agree with your assessment about some people having great genes in relation to different things. My dad has always taken care of his teeth, would brush and floss, even as a poor kid living on a farm in the 60's and he's always had tooth trouble. My mom has have a bit of trouble but not to that extent. I've always had cavities since I was a kid and terribly yellow teeth despite not being allowed sweets and brushing twice a day, and flossing at night. Electric toothbrushes and drinking tons of water seem to be helping me though as I haven't had a cavity in five years now & my teeth are several shades lighter now!
BarbT
on 09/03/15
morimunda liked this  
I only go once per year because my hygenist says that is all she needs to see me. I use an electric toothbrush and the plaque on my teeth has demished immensely since I started using it. Happy Days!!!!
morimunda
on 09/03/15
Electric toothbrushes are amazing. :)
mammacub
on 09/03/15
Did anyone else find it extremely difficult to pick just one?!
mammacub
on 09/03/15
excuse me, this should have posted on another question!
DHeezy81
on 09/03/15
45% of people are liars, 9% are just gross..
morimunda
on 09/03/15
I have insurance which makes it free for me so you bet I go twice a year!
yisman15
on 09/03/15
I go minimum twice a year


this year I've been four times and it's going to be more
Foxinabox
on 09/03/15
morimunda liked this  
A lot of people do if they have insurance because it's free or really cheap. I love going to the dentist.
lisanicolewatson
on 09/03/15
morimunda and 2 others liked this  
What makes you think 45% of people are lying. I go twice a year whether I have insurance or not. I love going to the dentist.
saraferrell
on 09/03/15
More often than twice per year.... because I have cavities every time I go!
blooiskoo
on 09/03/15
I love my dentist because he uses swagbucks
morningriser2002
on 09/03/15
Need to go..haven't been in 8yrs
NaggyNoide101
on 09/03/15
I believe people are most likely to tell the truth in cases like these. Some people don't have to visit dentist every year and others probable already have dentures. It is also very costly to visit a dentist and that means going only when absolutely necessary! when one has the money!!
Miming227
on 09/03/15
We had changed 4 dentists already over the years but now we found a better local dentist with great customer service.
Justsurfing33
on 09/03/15
nothingtrendy liked this  
I use an electronic toothbrush twice a day and use Smartmouth mouth wash. I have not had to see the dentist in 7 years. No build up using this these two items. Before it was at least once a year. I haven't had a cavity in 25 years either.
yisman15
on 09/03/15
what about more often?
watler
on 09/03/15
Vanillin/inulin breaks down to formaldehyde/acetaldehyde in your blood stream causing a calcium imbalance.
The dentist asks polish or pull?
Pajamaday
on 09/03/15
nothingtrendy liked this  
No dental insurance means I only go when I can afford to go. Brush brush brush!
lucygolovacheva
on 09/03/15
Usually once a year. This year it has been twice already.
bewmson
on 09/03/15
Just went today! LOL
Dedicednu
on 09/03/15
I've been going twice a year since my husband got dental insurance through his work. Before that, though, I hadn't been since childhood.
scotthowardblue
on 09/03/15
good info
okieladybug
on 09/03/15
Have been to the dentis, but before that it had been years...so I'm going with less than once a year...although I hope to make myself go more often now...
celalta
on 09/03/15
Monadnock and 1 others liked this  
4x a year, where's the option for more than 2 times per year?
JaguarXing
on 09/03/15
Dental equipment is creepy.
kindredspirit2
on 09/03/15
Every time I went, I came out worse than when I went in. Now I don't have insurance to cover what I need done, that is if I ever find a dentist I can trust.
Jens85
on 09/03/15
lambchop34 and 1 others liked this  
When I had dental insurance, I went 2x a year. Dont have insurance now, so I havent been a few years.
trenay9617257375
on 09/03/15
yes, and never had braces
DisneyIzzy
on 09/03/15
Haven't been in years since I didn't have insurance. I used to go 2x a year. I will start 2x a year again now I have insurance again.
RnAmama
on 09/03/15
I can relate!
TammyL8
on 09/03/15
Actually, I go to the dentist every three months for periodontal maintenance cleanings.
Delilahkat
on 09/03/15
Dentures
Jessica182014
on 09/03/15
lambchop34 liked this  
I used to have dental insurance and did them twice a year, and plan to again. but it's harder to come up with the money because a lot of the jobs in this state dont offer insurance.
DiamondLion9323
on 09/03/15
Every December, to clean my teeth. :))))).
TravelingMystery
on 09/03/15
Twice a year, but I am unhappy with my dentists office and want to stop going completely.
kazooga1234
on 09/03/15
It really depends. Since that wasn't a choice I just go whenever my appointments are
bunnygarl
on 09/03/15
I wear dentures, so I go when I need a reline :)
FullWolfMoon
on 09/03/15
lambchop34 and 1 others liked this  
Too expensive to go often enough.
Catlady858
on 09/03/15
What a timely question for me. I haven't to the dentist in at least 10 yrs but two days ago i had a tooth get infected and now i need to go but its still too expensive. I didn't find out until two yrs after it happened that my dentist died lol
barblaf
on 09/03/15
bunnygarl liked this  
But I actually went today for the first time in 2 years! No cavities :)
TheEpitomeOfLazy
on 09/03/15
I have braces so usually once a month/ 12 months.

And check ups (two times) and cleanings(1-2)

So a lot of times.
mrsckit
on 09/03/15
I thought only orthodontists did braces.
TheEpitomeOfLazy
on 09/03/15
By no means am i rich. Also I have no insurance.
mrsckit
on 09/03/15
TMI721 and 1 others liked this  
Dental work is ridiculously expensive and even if you have insurance (which we do, thankfully, though it is very costly) what you pay for anything but cleaning and x-rays still costs a fortune. And just try to get an appointment!! Between them leaving early, being closed on Fridays and at lunch time you have to book a month in advance. I guess they must be doing pretty well to have those limited hours.
ilwest10
on 09/03/15
TMI721 and 2 others liked this  
Check out your local dental school!! The prices are generally great (aka much less than a regular trip to the dentist), the care is exceptional since you are seen by basically a fleet of dentists and dental students, and the students appreciate your patronage and contribution towards their education more than you know!!
vickwigg55
on 09/03/15
LOVE SWAGBUCKS
TCMS3812
on 09/03/15
Where's the "Other" choice like they usually have or maybe a "More than" choice? I go three times a year.
tinmantoo
on 09/03/15
Actually, I go four times a year.
cascade1
on 09/03/15
pacifisto0o0o and 1 others liked this  
Biannual checkups every year for "free". I pay $1.15 a week for dental coverage through my workplace benefits via payroll deduction.
pacifisto0o0o
on 09/03/15
Grrr....
emackenz22
on 09/03/15
Swizzlenut liked this  
You are so lucky
DarkPrognosis
on 09/03/15
emackenz22 liked this  
You have a job and it has insurance options? What are you doing making pennies per hour on SB then?
cascade1
on 09/03/15
lisanicolewatson and 3 others liked this  
Fun money. Why the heck not? Lower my vacation costs.
vinnievu
on 09/03/15
Swizzlenut and 1 others liked this  
Make some more money?
DarkPrognosis
on 09/03/15
A real job making real money and a life versus 1940's minimum wage and no life? I seriously would pick the first if I had the ability.
DarkPrognosis
on 09/03/15
I would rather have a life than making the minimum wage for 1940 IF I had a real job.
Karessa
on 09/03/15
bunnygarl liked this  
I have dentures so never
Beachhouse224
on 09/03/15
I really and truly love the creativity going into the experience, with all the gourmet tooth whitening paste flavor selections including Pina Colada, Cherry, Chocolate-Mint.
brumsurveys
on 09/03/15
JaguarXing liked this  
I'm ashamed to say how long it's been.
JamieAmbrose
on 09/03/15
I go when I need too...
joferder
on 09/03/15
bunnygarl and 3 others liked this  
I marked "Never", because that is how often I would go if I had a say in it. On the other hand, I'm married and my wife says I have to go, so I have an appointment next week.
TrueRusher
on 09/03/15
*laughing emojis*
EldFem
on 09/03/15
As often as needed.
jevousverrai
on 09/03/15
ArielGibson liked this  
I went it a few months ago to have a filling replaced, but I haven't had dental in YEARS and it's so expensive.
murkywaters786
on 09/03/15
bunnygarl and 2 others liked this  
It's more expensive if you don't go and then have to get major work done because you didn't get cleanings and such.
kea2525
on 09/03/15
ArielGibson liked this  
I agree its so expensive. I mean what its like $200 for a filling!!! No way.
Riverlin
on 09/03/15
RENEEZ liked this  
Do you not have dental insurance? I don't pay a cent for any of my routine dental work: cleanings, fillings, X-rays, wisdom removal, or root canals. I only paid when I had the implants with the rods inserted which expensive - $9,000 - but it was worth it!
Look into getting some insurance. It's better to pay a certain amount every month than it is to be at the mercy of whatever price the thing you need RIGHT NOW is.
kea2525
on 09/03/15
I don't have dental insurance. To costly. It's all out of pocket and it adds up ie the cleanings, x rays ec.
tinahawk
on 09/03/15
tabbanie and 4 others liked this  
I have dental insurance through my job and my husband's job and when I had my impacted wisdom teeth removed it cost me $600.00. So just because you have insurance doesn't mean everything gets paid for. I had double coverage and still had to pay. And if you are on Swagbucks I'm sure $600.00 is more money than a lot of people can afford. I know I was shocked when I got the bill.
EmersonBiggins
on 09/03/15
tabbanie and 4 others liked this  
No cost root canals? On what plan? The premiums must be super high to get that. I think the best I've ever seen is 80% tops for major work like that. 50% is more like it.
ArielGibson
on 09/03/15
A dentist broke my bf's tooth and had to keep on with it so he could rake in the money.

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