15 LAST MINUTE GIFT IDEAS

Everything’s under $89, so you can buy one for someone else *and* one for yourself!​

We hope you love these dental-inspired gift ideas! Just so you know, prices are accurate and items are in stock as of time of publication.

For the Foodie​

A set of 4 Sweet Tooth Cupcake Baking Cups.

It’s a product that combines fun and functionality in one!
Each baking cup is constructed from heat resistant, easy-to-clean silicone and fits one cupcake.

Get them from Amazon for $12.00.

This really is a “sweet tooth”! Can be used as a cookie or biscuit cutter. Even a dentist or hygienist couldn’t resist one of these cookies!

Got braces or know someone who does? Well this cookbook is for you! This revised and expanded edition includes 50 comfort food recipes and gives patients and their families everything they need to support positive orthodontic experiences.

For the Kiddos

Kids don’t like to brush their teeth? This bear is not only adorable but sings and rocks back and forth while he brushes. He also says numerous phrases during his song with lasts for 2 minutes -which is the amount of time we recommend kids should brush for.

These funny pacifiers are just about the most adorable thing ever and will make that little bundle of joy even cuter than he or she already is. Would make a perfect stocking stuffer for those expecting or new parents!

Because who doesn’t love Play-Doh? This playset includes a pack of five cans and basic tool sets for all kinds of open-ended play. Now, there are many different playset themes available, however we’d highly recommend this one.

For the Art Lover

Love conversation pieces? This is a print of an original watercolor by artist
Kaitlin Walsh. The painting loosely depicts the occlusal surfaces of half of the mandibular. These surfaces are surrounded by abstract shapes that mimic the look and feel of teeth. Yes, I said teeth.

There may be a recurring theme here, yes. But why have one conversation piece, when you can
have two? This is a print of a beautifully done abstract painting by artist Heather Galler.

Upgrade that cup full of toothbrushes with this sculptural bathroom caddy by ceramicist Monica Greco. With room for up to four toothbrushes (or razors, or makeup brushes or other slender toiletry essentials), this piece would look great on the counter of a master bath or guest washroom.

For the Traveler

Figs is known for making some of the most comfortable and supremely functional medical apparel (aka scrubs). However, their new ribbed Knit Loungewear is “Softer than all my PJs combined,” to quote one fan. Ideal for sleeping, but also appropriate for long flights — you need this loungewear and fast — it’s available for four weeks only!

Figs is known for making some of the most comfortable and supremely functional medical apparel (aka scrubs). However, their new ribbed Knit Loungewear is “Softer than all my PJs combined,” to quote one fan. Ideal for sleeping, but also appropriate for long flights — you need this loungewear and fast — it’s available for four weeks only!

This little fish keeps your toothbrush upright and clean. The suction cup base adheres to bathroom counters so toothbrushes can stand up straight for hygienic air-drying. Designed for everyday use, too.

For Fun

Who wouldn’t want one of these? This polyester fabric mildew proof waterproof shower curtain includes the plastic hooks.

Whether you yearn to eliminate unsightly debris from those hard-to-reach spaces between your teeth or you crave a splash of bacon zest to spice up a boring oral hygiene routine, these bacon-flavored toothpicks are for you. Arm yourself with invigorating pig freshness and the confidence that you can take on the world. The next time you pig out, you’ll be glad you have these flavorful slender sticks of wood by your side.

Breakfast Floss is sure to put a smile on anyone’s face. Start off your day by using the coffee flavor on your lower teeth, then switch over to the waffle and bacon flavors for your uppers. Quite possibly the most delicious way to help keep yourself out of the dentist’s chair. Oh wait…