Holiday Gifts For Dental Enthusiasts in Schaumburg, IL

Holiday Gifts For Dental Enthusiasts

December 14, 2015

Holiday Gifts For Dental Enthusiasts

It’s that time of year again, where we spend, and spend, and spend. If you’ve got a lover or a friend, whose fondness for teeth never, ever ends, don’t wait another second—on these gifts you can surely depend (and you won’t spend more than a few cents!).


1. The Water Pick

Dentists will tell you to floss everyday, but what they really want you to do is buy one of these. Clinically proved to be 93% more effective than flossing, these puppies can deliver 10 to 90 PSI with 1200 pulses per minute for deep cleaning at home. Honestly, if the tooth lover on your list doesn’t already have one of these, they probably aren’t serious enough. Perfect for people with braces, diabetes, or gum disease.





2. Bacon-Flavored Toothpaste

Has the bacon-craze gone too far? Or just far enough? If you hate eating breakfast with that toothpaste flavor in your mouth, this is the answer to your prayers. We can’t speak to the taste, but the texture is spot on.




3. The Any Brush

Designed by Yuanyan Li, the Any Brush is the perfect travelling brush. Unlike miniature or collapsible travel brushes of days past, the any brush is discreet enough to carry with you at all time. It simply slips on your finger and you’re good to go. It even comes with built-in toothpaste! Unfortunately, the Any Brush is still just a concept, but we can’t wait to get our hands (or fingers) on one as soon as possible.



4. Doggy Dentures

Just kidding! While dentures for dogs actually do exist, this gag product is actually a ball/chew toy that gives your dog a goofy grin while they play with it. As if dogs weren’t goofy enough already…





5. Sweet Tooth Cookie Jar

If you’re shopping for someone who really cares about their teeth, they probably won’t be eating too many cookies. But this gleaming, porcelain, oversized tooth is also the perfect decorative container for floss, toothpaste, dentures, and smaller porcelain tooth-containers.



6. Xylitol Gum

We actually wrote a blog post not too long ago about the health benefits of xylitol gum. With half the calories of sugar, xylitol is already off to a good start. But the fact that it can actually alter the bacterial composition of your mouth over time to reduce bad breath and cavities naturally is a huge achievement.

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