Good health starts with a healthy mouth
Test your oral microbiome to understand your risk for bad breath, tooth decay, and gum inflammation. Get 1:1 coaching and a personalized care plan to improve your health.Improve your oral health
Proactive, not reactive: identify the root-cause of conditions before they become major problems
Prevention, not procedures: do the right habits beyond "brushing and flossing"
Pride, not shame: regain confidence in yourself (and your smile)
We only see a dentist a few times per year. Only 50% of US adults regularly go!
Oral disease is diagnosed based on the presence and severity of symptoms
Late-stage detection requires invasive and expensive procedures like cavity fillings and root canals
The type & abundance of species related to halitosis, tooth decay, and gum inflammation influences the severity of your symptoms and contribute to your risk for more oral health conditions. See how your oral microbiome compares to others with and without symptoms.
Get a breakdown of each species related to oral conditions, including a description how it influences your oral and overall health.
Based on your results, we'll create a personalized recommendation plan to reduce the levels of disease-causing species. Review your results and improvement plan with your Bristle oral health coach in your free coaching session.
Identify and measure 100+ bacteria in your mouth for direct insight into your oral health and risk for bad breath, tooth decay and gum inflammation.
Get personalized diet, hygiene and product recommendations based on your results.
Access 1:1 coaching & support through our team of oral health specialists.
Former Head of Dentistry, Walmart, Chief Strategy Officer, DSO Strategy, LLC
International speaker, consultant, and writer with a focus on the oral microbiome's connection to systemic disease
Former Associate Professor at NYU School of Dentistry and co-founder of the GLO GOOD Foundation
Former Chief Dental Officer at Quip and best selling author
Former Director of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery at the University of Chicago Hospitals and team surgeon for the Chicago Blackhawks