The Best Toothbrush Subscriptions to Keep Your Breath Fresh

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Since we brush our teeth twice a day, every day, it makes sense to have your toothbrushes delivered right to your door. Whether you're looking for the ultimate fresh breath or something for the whole family, there's an option for you. We reviewed the best toothbrush subscription services, so you can keep your pearly whites looking their gleaming best. That’s reason enough to smile, right?

Best Toothbrush Subscriptions of 2021

Best Overall: Burst

Burst

Burst

Burst offers three sonic toothbrushes in black, white, or rose gold that only need to be charged once a month. The charcoal bristles of Burst toothbrushes are specifically designed to remove surface stains.

The vibrating brush removes 10 times more plaque than a manual toothbrush and is super gentle on gums. In fact, it can help reduce bleeding gums—also known as gingivitis. There's even a two-minute timer that will automatically switch off, so you don't need to check the time while you're brushing your teeth.

You can buy a brush as a one-time purchase, or subscribe to receive a new head every 90 days for around $6. Burst also sells accessories including toothpaste, floss, and even whitening strips, with enamel-safe peroxide that you can add to your subscription. Your smile will never look brighter. 

Best Budget: Quip

Quip

Quip

With Quip, you can snag an electric toothbrush, a large mint-flavored toothpaste, and floss from around $25. There is also the option to get a new brush head, a AAA battery, mint toothpaste, and a floss refill every three months, for about $15.

If you opt-out of the toothpaste and floss, your refill is approximately $5. Or, if you need more replacements, you can go onto the site at any time to stock up on one-time purchases.

The stylish toothbrush comes with its own travel cover, mount, and stand, and you can choose from various colors including green, copper, and all-black metal.

There is also a silicone, Refresh Bag—ideal for travel—for around $40. So, there's no need to worry about misplacing your toothbrush and everything that goes along with it while you travel.

Best for Fresh Breath: Boka

Boka

Boka

Boka has kits that center around its sonic powered brush, which vibrates 30,000 times per minute. For serious cleaning, the activated charcoal heads help to limit bacteria growth, while being soft enough that they’re gentle on sensitive gums.

You can opt for the brush on its own for about $65, or the Boka Kit that comes with toothpaste and floss, priced at around $75. If you're looking for something more budget-friendly, there's also the Classic Kit for approximately $16.

Replacement heads and products ship every three months, starting at around $10. You can also buy other products as one-off purchases, such as the Asana Tongue Cleaner, floss, and toothpaste.

Just looking for excellent oral care? Check out our guide to the best electric toothbrushes.

Best for Families: Toothbrush Hub

Colgate 360

Colgate

Toothbrush Hub has a range of manual Colgate toothbrushes, as well as Oral-B and Philips electric toothbrush heads that you can subscribe to receive. Prices range between $1 and $10 a month.

With your purchase, you can also add handy extras like Crest toothpaste or Johnson & Johnson Reach floss to your order. Once you’ve decided on the goods, you can choose how often you want your subscription to arrive, from every month up to every six months.

And, you can make sure your entire family is taken care of, since you can add kids' toothbrushes to your bundle, too. Choose options like Rio, Kung Fu Panda, Hello Kitty, Spiderman, and Famous Pirates for your little ones.

Most Stylish: Goby

Goby

Goby

Goby’s trendy, electric toothbrush comes with a nifty stand and oscillating heads that make light work of plaque.

For anyone who finds charging their electric toothbrushes tedious, the long-lasting battery in the Goby means you only have to charge it twice a month. And, there's even a built-in timer that ensures you brush your teeth for two minutes, which alerts you when to switch quadrants every 30 seconds.

The Classic Brush Kit will cost you around $55 if you subscribe and $70 as a one-time purchase. The Monochrome Brush Kit is about $65, but a one-time purchase will be around $80. And, the Metallic Brush Kit will cost approximately $80, but is priced at $95 if you decide to opt-out of a subscription.

You can also get new heads delivered every one, two, or three months. Want to up the style ante in your bathroom? The monochrome and metallic designs are seriously swoon-worthy.

Best for Sustainability: Goodwell Co.

Goodwell Co.

Goodwell Co.

For sustainable toothbrush options, look no further than the seriously innovative Goodwell Co. All deliveries come in plastic-free, fully-recyclable packaging.

Keep things simple by subscribing to receive the manual Bamboo Toothbrush ($15). Or, go for the Premium Toothbrush ($30) with an aluminum handle and replaceable charcoal-infused heads. You can also opt for bundles that include toothpaste and floss, too.

But what’s most exciting is the Be.Brush ($85) that has no cords or batteries. You create power in the base, enough for your brushing sesh, by twisting the handle a few times and hitting the on button. This product comes as a subscription, too, and, as with a regular electric toothbrush, you can replace the head every few months.

Most Customizable: Shyn

Shyn

Shyn

If you're looking for something super customizable, Shyn is a great option.

The brand offers an electric toothbrush with a choice of three different heads for sensitive gums, plaque build-up, and whiter teeth. The brush vibrates a mind-boggling 31,000 times per minute, has a timer, and four different brushing modes. You can choose from sensitive or massage, so you can tailor the clean to your teeth.

Snap up the toothbrush as a one-off, or subscribe to receive a new head every three months for around $5. Like many brands, Shyn offers extras including floss sticks and toothpaste.

For whitening, Shyn’s innovative LED-powered kit can be bought as a one-off purchase.

What are toothbrush subscriptions?

You’ll never forget to replace your toothbrush again when you sign up for a toothbrush subscription. With your subscription, a brand new toothbrush will be shipped right to your door as often as you’d like.

What do I receive with my toothbrush subscription?

With some toothbrush subscriptions, you’ll receive your new toothbrush and then be able to subscribe for subsequent toothbrush or bristle head replacements. Many toothbrush subscription companies also offer accessories including toothpaste, floss, and even whitening strips that you can add-on to your monthly purchase.

How much do toothbrush subscriptions cost?

The cost of toothbrush subscriptions varies. If you’re looking for an incredibly affordable option, Toothbrush Hub will cost you anywhere between $1 to $10. For those willing to splurge on their dental care, toothbrush subscriptions like Goby start at $55. 

How often will I receive a new toothbrush?

Dentists recommend that we replace our toothbrushes every three to four months. Because of that, most toothbrush subscription companies will ship out your replacement toothbrush or toothbrush bristles in three-month intervals. A few toothbrush subscription companies, however, will allow you to choose how often you’d like your shipment to arrive.

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