At, we’re driven by a simple belief: everyone deserves a healthy smile.  Unequal access to quality dental care still affects, to this day, a number of countries and communities worldwide. With high treatment costs and uneven distribution of healthcare professionals, many cases are left untreated – causing overall health problems that could’ve been easily prevented.  

Democratizing quality care

With new technologies at our disposal, our mission is to democratize dental care by making it more affordable and accessible to those who need it most.  By offering 100% at-home treatments, our patients can start from anywhere in the world without the burden of extra costs and physical limitations (location, disability, etc.).

Additionally, as a medical platform, we always put the health and safety of our patients first. That means, no matter where they are, we keep them connected to their doctors for regular follow-ups until treatment ends. Along the way, we make sure to educate our patients on the importance of teeth care and on the steps they can take to preserve their dental health.

With that being said, in celebration of World Oral Health Day, we’d like to keep empowering people with the knowledge and confidence to secure good dental and oral health – wherever they may be.


Healthier mouth, healthier living. 

As  WHOD  states, “[a] healthy mouth allows people to speak, smile, smell, taste, touch, chew, swallow and convey a range of emotions with confidence and without pain, discomfort and disease”. Maintaining a healthy mouth can also help prevent and manage other health conditions – such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

The most common oral health conditions.

Most cases of dental and oral health problems can be prevented and treated early on. Some of the most common conditions include tooth decay, oro-dental trauma, and gum disease.

Tooth decay

Tooth decay affects over 2.3 billion people worldwide [1]. It results from poor oral hygiene (no flossing, poor brushing, improper teeth care, low exposure to fluoride, irregular dental visits) and diets high in sugar. This oral condition appears when plaque forms on the surface of teeth and converts free sugars from food particles into acid that can damage the tooth over time. To prevent caries, toothaches, and possible tooth loss or infections, one must:

  • Brush and floss teeth twice a day using a fluoride toothpaste
  • Properly eliminate plaque while brushing teeth
  • Get regular dental checkups and cleaning
  • Regulate sugar intake and eat a well-balanced diet
Gum disease

Also known as periodontal disease, this condition affects nearly 10% of the global population [1]. It’s characterized by swollen, bleeding or painful gums, and sometimes bad breath.

Gum disease results from poor oral hygiene and untreated cases of misaligned teeth. In fact,  crooked teeth  are harder to clean, causing a buildup of bacteria that eat away at the dental structure. This can ultimately affect the tissue surrounding teeth, causing it to bleed, swell, or hurt. The more severe cases of this disease can force the gum to detach from its place. By then, teeth become loose and can start falling out.

Oro-dental trauma 

Oral-dental trauma can be caused by misaligned teeth and environmental factors (accidents, risky behavior etc.). Most cases of misaligned teeth can be easily corrected with proper teeth care. However, traditional treatments are often costly and long – forcing many to leave their problems untreated. This can eventually result in overall health consequences – both psychologically and physically (low self-esteem, tooth decay, jaw pain, gum disease, affected speech).


The future of oral health services. 

The global pandemic has disrupted everyday life – making it harder for people to receive proper care. Thanks to Telehealth technologies, patients can safely schedule consultations with a doctor from the comfort of their homes. At, we’ve adopted strict hygiene measures to keep our community safe amid the pandemic. We carefully handle every kit before sending it to a patient’s home, so they can begin treatment comfortably. All along,  we remotely guide and care for our patients.

No matter what, some people will keep relying on traditional healthcare services. These services are, however, limited in their ability to offer more access to the less advantaged. By taking out commuting and clinical costs,  Telehealth platforms like  allow medical professionals to connect, anytime and anywhere, with patients to help them preserve their oral and dental health for life.





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