1. It’s Electric – Boogie Woogie
Electric toothbrushes can be more effective than manual brushes and are particularly useful for children, seniors with arthritis or people with physical disabilities that make it difficult to hold a manual toothbrush.
2. I’m Dreaming of a White… Smile
Know someone who wouldn’t mind a megawatt grin? Consider over-the-counter whitening strips. Include a note to make sure the recipient knows to consult their dentist before starting a new whitening routine.
3. Get Picky With It
Floss picks are great for travel purposes, for kids learning how to floss or for people with limited dexterity. Bonus: they come in lots of fun colors.
4. Pretty, Pretty Please
Who says toothbrushes have to be stored in plain plastic cups? From a lobster clutching brushes in his claws to tiny tree branches that keep toothbrushes standing, there are tons of fun ways to keep toothbrushes organized. Just make sure the holder allows for upright storage.
5. Toothpaste Rolling
A thoughtful gift for the frugal person in your life is a toothpaste clamp or two. Clamps fit on the end of the tube and help get every last drop out. You can get a plain-Jane one for the utilitarian in your life or a cute animal-shaped clamp for the young or young at heart.
Do you have other great gift ideas that are good for your oral health? Share with us below.