Tips and advice to keep your oral care a cut above the rest.

7 ways to keep your mouth fruüsh

Spring cleaning isn’t just for freshening up your home. Although with the state of the world it can be hard to see the positives, we like to think that when there is darkness there will be light. And to that end, we’re still super excited that spring is officially here. And while we’re all at home, it is a good time to reassess your personal health and start fresh, including with your breath.

Read More

9 Natural Teeth Whitening Remedies – and the Celebrities that Swear by Them

Learn some tricks for homemade teeth whitening based on cold hard science and celebrity endorsements.
Read More

How to Get Strong Teeth: Remineralization and You

Learn how to strengthen your teeth with the less commonly understood aspect of dental health known as ‘remineralization’.
Read More

Surprise! – 7 Superfoods You Didn’t Know Were Great for Your Teeth

There are several factors that can make a superfood good for teeth, from being rich in calcium to decreasing the mouth’s acid level. In today’s article we’ll look at the ‘best in show’ for each category.
Read More

Should You Brush Before Or After Breakfast?

When is the best time to brush your teeth in the morning? Should you brush before or after eating breakfast? Brushing your teeth is always best to do before breakfast. In this article, you’ll learn why it’s important to brush before breakfast, why timing matters, and how food affects your oral health. 
Read More

6 Grammy-winning songs for you to brush to

From Bon Iver to Lizzo to Dan and Shay, find a new favorite song to bruush to.

Read More

Which famous Oscar smile are you?

Sure, people gawk at the wardrobe, hair, and makeup, but what about them shiny chompers?! Find out what kind of Oscar smile you match with.
Read More

Double the Action on Valentine’s Day

Get early access to our exclusive Valentine's Day deal: buy one Bruüsh, get one half off! Shop now to stay fruüsh with a Bruüsh.
Read More

Brüush Partners With ARTS To Make A Difference

According to the World Health Organization, it is estimated that oral disease affects at least 3.58 billion people worldwide. Research tells us that oral disease continues to disproportionately affect poor populations around the world. Oral health inequality is perpetuated by social determinants such as place of birth, place of work, education, income, home life, upbringing and age. In recognizing this, we’ve set out to raise the bar and help improve access to oral health care in parts of the world where it’s needed most.
Read More