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Updated on May 19, 2023
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A Bright Smile Is the Best Gift: Oral Health Holiday Shopping Guide

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This year, give the gift of a bright smile to your loved ones.

We've compiled a list of all the best gifts and best deals. These will keep your friends and family healthy and smiling.

Best Teeth Whitening Kits to Give as Gifts

1. Snow All-In-One Whitening Kit

Best Overall
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This dentist-approved teeth whitening kit was designed for sensitive teeth and is safe for gums and enamel.

Each whitening application only takes 9 minutes per day. According to Snow’s website, 97 percent of customers see results after just one use (consumer study). 

2. hismile PAP+ Teeth Whitening Kit™

Best for Sensitive Teeth
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hismile's teeth whitening kit uses three powerful, enamel-safe ingredients to provide instant results without any sensitivity:

  1. Hydroxyapatite (nHAp) rebuilds the protective layer of teeth and replaces lost minerals.
  2. Phthalimidoperoxycaproicacid (PAP) is clinically proven to whiten teeth without sensitivity or gum irritation.
  3. Potassium citrate helps relieve pre-existing sensitivity and provides long-term protection.

hismile is also peroxide-free. Peroxide as a bleaching agent can cause sensitivity, gum irritation, and the demineralization of teeth.

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Best Toothbrushes to Give as Gifts

1. Oral-B Pro 1000

Best Overall Toothbrush
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If you are looking for an electric toothbrush with deep cleaning capabilities, the Oral-B Pro 1000 is for you. This rechargeable electric toothbrush removes up to 300% more plaque buildup than a manual toothbrush.

2. Philips Sonicare DiamondClean 9750 

Best Oscillating Electric Toothbrush
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One of the pricier options, the DiamondClean, has long been the flagship product for Sonicare. 

This sleek and well-constructed toothbrush tops many lists of best overall electric toothbrushes and is a favorite among dentists’ offices.

Best Clear Aligners to Give as Gifts


Best remote monitoring & care
Candid Aligners

Every treatment plan is overseen by a licensed orthodontist with over 20 years of experience. Your treatment is monitored in the Candid Mobile App, where you'll have access to teledentistry services 24/7.

You can begin treatment in two ways:

Best Toothpaste to Give as a Gift

1. Crest Pro-Health Advanced Deep Clean 

Best Overall (Best for Cavities)
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Crest Pro-Health Toothpaste is the first toothpaste to provide a combination of protection against multiple oral conditions. More specifically, it helps prevent/reduce:

  • Cavities
  • Plaque and tartar buildup
  • Gingivitis
  • Bad breath
  • Sensitivity
  • Surface stains
  • Enamel erosion

2. Boka

Best Remineralizing Toothpaste
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Boka toothpaste stands out in the industry because they only contain natural, remineralizing ingredients to strengthen and protect teeth. The toothpastes are also 100% fluoride-free and non-toxic. 

Instead of fluoride, Boka products contain the mineral nHa (nano-hydroxyapatite). NASA originally developed nHa for astronauts when they began losing teeth and bone density after gravity-free missions.7

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Best Water Flosser to Give as a Gift

1. Waterpik Aquarius

Best Overall
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The best overall water flosser is the Waterpik WP-660 Aquarius Water Flosser. The Aquarius oral irrigator is best for at-home use. When used daily, the device can remove up to 99.9% of plaque between teeth. The Waterpik Aquarius is also 50% more effective than traditional string floss. 

The built-in timer/pacer briefly pauses at 30 seconds and 1 minute to help track the flossing time. The device also delivers 1400 water pulses per minute for a deep clean. 

2. Waterpik Cordless Advanced

Best Cordless
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The Waterpik Cordless Advanced is compact and does not have a large water reservoir. This model comes with four different flossing tips, three pressure settings, and 360-degree tip rotation. 

It also features a magnetic 4-hour rapid charging system, a waterproof design, and an ultra-quiet operation. It's perfect for small spaces, travel, and can even be used in the shower.

Best Floss to Give as a Gift

1. Listerine Ultraclean Dental Floss

Best Overall Floss (Editor’s Choice)
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Johnson & Johnson Listerine Ultraclean (Formerly Reach) is a great all-around floss and is often recommended by dentists and hygienists. It does a great job of removing plaque buildup that brushing misses, and it is nice and thick, so it won't shred while you're flossing. Plus, it has a fresh cool mint flavor.

2. COCOFLOSS Coconut-Oil Infused Woven Dental Floss

Best Eco-Friendly Floss

Cocofloss is an amazing product that has started to make its way into dentist’s offices and their homes. It is woven with 500 fibers, making it round instead of flat. It is infused with coconut oil and has a gentle wax coating to make it gentle on your gums (and smell like heaven). Cocofloss is vegan, gluten-free, paraben-free, sulfate-free, and cruelty-free, so you can feel good about using it.

3. The Humble Co. Natural Dental Floss Picks

Best Floss Picks
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The Humble Co.’s Natural floss picks are vegan and biodegradable, using cornstarch as their base. They provide all of the benefits of other great brands like Plackers, including increased ability to get hard to reach areas and double threading to ensure the removal of food and plaque. They also add zero-waste to your oral care routine.

Last updated on May 19, 2023
Last updated on May 19, 2023
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