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5 Valentine’s Day Gifts For Your Teeth

5 Valentine’s Day Gifts For Your Teeth
5 Valentine’s Day Gifts For Your Teeth

Valentine’s Day is the time of year to get that special someone in your life that romantic gift. Most people resort to the usual flowers or chocolate. However, this year how about thinking outside the Valentine’s Day box and consider his or her teeth? Nothing spices up a night like fresh breath and glowing white teeth. So here are 5 Healthy Valentine’s Day Gifts For Your Teeth.

1. A whiter smile for Valentine's Day

What better way to show them you love them than by giving them a healthy white smile? For just £499, we're offering you the chance to treat your partner to a hygiene AND teeth whitening appointment in one. Not only this, but the Bow Lane team will arrange a complimentary cab service (London only) to take your partner to our practice in the heart of London. We want you to feel safe from beginning to end, so the cab will also be taking them home with a brighter, whiter smile guaranteed!To find out more on how to claim this Valentine's offer, simply call us on 020 7236 3600 to speak with our friendly receptionists.Terms and conditions apply. Offer can be claimed up until 5th march 2021:

  • Book before 5th March
  • Pay on booking
  • Professional home whitening
  • Whitening will not whiten caps, crowns or veneers
  • Service is not suitable if pregnant or breast feeding
  • Free taxi only in London

2. Revolutionary toothbrush

What better way to say you love them but a way to keep their mouth fresh? OralB has their latest electric brush the Io-9, that you can get on Amazon for under half price £239 .

iO Series 9 Toothbrush

3. Dark chocolate

If you are going for Chocolate, think dark. The cocoa bean in chocolate has tannins, polyphenols and flavonoids, which are antioxidants that all benefit your mouth and teeth. They do this by preventing bacteria from sticking to your teeth, neutralizing the organisms that cause bad breath, preventing gum infections, and battling tooth decay. The antioxidants can also reduce inflammation in the body and work to prevent gum disease.This does not happen with any chocolate, though, since the sugars added to some will offset all of these good effects. It is only dark chocolate which is the least processed and has the highest cocoa bean content that does all this good. So the higher the percentage, the better it is for your teeth. One of our favourites is from Paul Young , they do a beautiful 85% bar. Not only is it better for your teeth, but it may also improve your partners mood. Dark chocolate contains Theobromine, a chemical similar to caffeine.

4. Designer toothbrush holder

Your toothbrush is one of the most personal objects you own; perhaps it needs a nicer home. Brad Turner has these gorgeous glass designs. Handmade from solid glass, each holder has a stable base that likes to stay put. They will think of you twice a day.

5. Peppersmith mints

Still looking for more healthy gifts for your teeth this Valentines? Not only for fresh breath but healthy teeth as well. The London based team at Peppersmith have formulated these Xylitol mints to repair enamel damage caused by tooth erosion and they taste great and under £2! Read more about the benefits here.


Hopefully we have provided some inspiration on healthy gifts for your teeth this Valentines. What better way to say I love you then helping your partner to keep a healthy, happy mouth.

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