15 Innovative Smile Launches You'll Actually Want to Stock Up On

What do portable mouthwash, smart brushes and time-saving tools have in common? They are all single-handedly disrupting the dental space.

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Pretty enough to display, organic and alcohol-free LEBON Making Waves ($38) is changing the world of mouthwash in more ways than one.


A drop of oil-pulling Dirt Don’t Hurt Tooth and Gum Oil ($30) lifts surface stains and freshens breath with help from activated charcoal and essential oils.


On a mission to curb plastic waste, the refillable by Humankind Mouthwash Tablets ($10) transform any glass of water into mouthwash.


PearlBar Charcoal-Infused Floss Picks ($9) freshen breath and clean house in one step.


Instagram-friendly Cocofloss ($10) continues to make flossing chic with its latest tropical flavor: Passion Fruit.


Burt’s Bees enters the smile space with its flouride-infused Fresh & Clean Toothpaste ($6).


Hello introduces the ingredient power couple we didn’t know we needed in its Activated Charcoal + Natural Dragon Fruit Fluoride Free Toothpaste ($7). 


Crest Whitening Therapy Gentle Care Coconut Oil ($7) delivers the best of both worlds by catering to sensitive smiles and amping up whiteness.


Clean-beauty favorite NATIVE makes its foray into smile-boosters with its fluoride- and sulfate-free Mint Toothpaste ($12). 


Activated charcoal in Bite Toothpaste Bits ($7.50) is a travel-friendly smile solution—just bite and brush.


The genius Burst Sonic Toothbrush ($70) features charcoal-embedded bristles for the easiest deeper-clean.


Rainbow-bright Goby Electric Toothbrush ($75) charges via USB and offers a brush-head subscription for mindless maintenance.


The addition of copper in the breath-saving Keeko Tongue Scraper  ($10) makes it naturally antimicrobial.


If whitening strips aren’t for you, SmileDirectClub bright on ($79) includes an LED accelerator light that plugs into your smartphone to whiten while you scroll.


New from Waterpik comes the Sidekick Water Flosser ($140), a quieter, more compact version of the original plaque-buster.