‘Tis the season for exciting gifts! This holiday season, give your family the gift of healthy smiles! Read on for our top 5 must-have dental gadgets your family is sure to enjoy all year long.
1. Electric Toothbrush
If you’ve only used a manual toothbrush before, you’ve got to check out the latest features that now come standard on most electric toothbrushes. From pressure sensors to built-in timers to smartphone app connectivity, using an electric toothbrush can level up your dental care routine with little to no added effort! It’s no wonder electric toothbrushes top our list of must-have dental gadgets!
2. Floss Dispenser
Another dental gadget that can be fun for the whole family is a new floss dispenser. Floss dispensers come in all different designs, from cute animals for youngsters to modern and sleek electric dispensers for adults, to fit every style of decor.
3. Flavored Floss Picks
Must-have dental gadgets don’t have to break the bank! Floss picks are different from traditional floss because they are made with an easy-to-grip plastic handle and provide a precut strand of floss held in place at one end to help make flossing simple. They are also a great way to help make flossing fun for the whole family with a wide variety of flavors and colorful designs to choose from for every age.
4. Travel Kit Carry Case
If anyone on your gift list enjoys traveling, a travel kit, specifically for dental care necessities, is a great gift! Taking good care of your teeth and gums is a lot easier when you have everything you need in one convenient and cute carrying case!
5. Dental App
Last but not least on our list of must-have dental gadgets: smartphone dental apps! It’s easy for dental care routines to get pushed aside and forgotten during busy seasons like the holidays, but downloading a dental app can help make tracking your family’s dental care routines easy! Some dental apps even offer games that can make dental care fun for all ages!
Call our Pearland, Baytown or Deer Park/La Porte dental offices, to make an appointment with a dentist who may be able to help you find out more about this topic, and improve your oral health.