Toothlife was created by a Toronto based dental hygienist Irene Iancu aka @Toothlife.Irene, who wanted to do two things. Firstly, she wanted to raise money for a local organization that gives back to the community and secondly, she wants to unite all the Toothlifers out there!
Now Toothlife is building a team to help grow. 
We are so proud of dental professionals worldwide. They change the lives of patients every day, sometimes going unnoticed and unappreciated. This company and its accessories are created to unite us dental peeps and celebrate the Toothlife, to welcome those joining the Toothlife, to represent each other, empower each other and continue to motivate positive growth and change.
XOXO @Toothlife.Irene


In 2020 Toothlife will help support the GLO Good Foundation Stay tuned for the official contribution announcement in Spring 2020. 
The GLO Good Foundation, founded by Dr. Jonathan B. Levine and Stacey Levine, and Twice, founded by Julian Levine and Cody Levine, have partnered with Lenny Kravitz’s Let Love Rule Foundation to bring oral health treatment, education, tools, and basic medical screening to adults and children in Gregory Town, Eleuthera.
With only one dentist on the island, this community lacks access to oral health care. Since 2015, GLO Good and Let Love Rule, along with a team of over 50+ volunteers, have provided much needed oral health and medical care to the amazing community of Gregory Town in Eleuthera, Bahamas on an annual basis. Our next mission is happening in December 2019 – we’ll return to provide over a thousand people the smile care they deserve.
Thank you for your support!

Oral health care education is a large part of the mission of GLO Good. We not only treat, but teach important lifestyle habits to prevent dental disease from becoming life threatening. Kids recreational programs and activities on dental and medical education are provided during each clinic. People are encouraged to donate to GLO Good to enable the Foundation to continue to bring oral health services to underserved areas of the world.