Help your young patients develop good brushing habits, even after they leave your office.

Supported by Studies
Brush Up addresses the problem of training children to develop good brushing technique. An initial study shows improvement of 78% after two weeks of daily play.
Proven by Parents
“My son really enjoyed the game. He was eager to brush his teeth every evening, and seemed to improve day by day.”
“This game has made a lot of difference in the way my daughter brushes her teeth. She was so excited every night when she got to play...a few times she reminded me in the morning that she needed to play the game that night.”
Academic Acclaim
For two years we have presented results to health, science and game professionals. They respond with enthusiasm: loud applause, material support, speaking invitations, and even spontaneous dancing!
  • National Academy of Sciences
    Institute of Medicine

  • National Institutes of Health 
    (Dental and Craniofacial Research)

  • Procter & Gamble

  • Nintendo of America

  • Serious Play Conference

  • Games For Health

  • Centers for Disease Control (CDC)