Eco Friendly + Effective Dental Care = WooBamboo


Eco Friendly WooBamboo Toothbrushes: People, Planet, Profit

Eco Friendly WooBamboo ToothbrushesIf you want to create a successful dental practice, quality care alone just won’t cut it. You need to tap into what your patients value if you want to attract and keep them. For this reason, both dental practices and patients are jumping on board with eco friendly WooBamboo Toothbrushes. We’re so proud to bring you these brushes because they’re good for patients, for the environment and for your bottom line.

The brand offers “more than a clean mouth,” but also “a clean conscience,” claims Co-Founder, Christopher Fous. With a motto of “Innovate. Inspire. Change the world.”, the company’s mission is to empower customers like you to make small changes toward a more eco-friendly lifestyle. Your patients brush their teeth everyday… Why not use this as an opportunity to help them make the world a better place?

Why Buy this Toothbrush?

WooBamboo Toothbrushes provide a quality clean with biodegradable, organically grown and antimicrobial bamboo. They are also designed with esthetics in mind, complementing bathroom decor. Toothbrushes are available for adults, children and pets, with bristle and handle options to match each demographic. Also, the bamboo used for WooBamboo toothbrushes does not deplete pandas’ food sources and grows up to four feet per day in the correct conditions, making it an abundant and sustainable material for toothbrushes.

Want to learn more? Visit smartpractice.com/toothbrushes or call 800.522.0800 to request a FREE sample.

Other Great Green Products from SmartPractice

We’re not just stopping at eco friendly Toothbrushes. We also offer a gorgeous and engaging line of Paper Supply Bags, plus the Vacu Blast Evacuation System Cleaner, IMS Enzymax Earth Enzymatic Cleaner and MORE. Shop our green selection here.

Paying it Forward

How are you making your office a more eco-friendly place for your patients? Have you been substituting your usual products for more sustainable versions? If so, how has this affected your bottom line and quality of care? Let us know in the comments!