BRUSH WITH FAME

It wasn't all that long ago that dental-care products languished on dusty drugstore shelves: Waxed green floss and ho-hum tubes of toothpaste sat destined for the back of the medicine cabinet. Now even regular brushing has been transformed into an Instagram-worthy experience...

...This mouthy moment is hardly news to Jon Marashi, D.D.S., whose practice in Los Angeles serves regulars like Justin Timberlake, Halsey, and Kate Hudson. Square-jawed and with a skateboarder’s spirit, Marashi is something of a trade secret—but that stands to change with the recent launch of M Sonic, an intuitively designed electric toothbrush inspired in large part by patient requests. 

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THE 20 BEST-DESIGNED ITEMS OF NOVEMBER 2019

M Sonic Luxury Toothbrush | Dr. Jon Marashi Los Angeles

Production designer and creative director Stefan Beckman has created fantastical runways and sleek ad campaigns for labels like of Marc Jacobs, Louis Vuitton and Tom Ford. Now he’s started his own brand of housewares and accessories, called Lateral Objects, to bring his style home.

M Sonic Luxury Toothbrush

19 LUXURIOUS GIFTS FOR THE MOST IMPORTANT WOMEN ON YOUR LIST

Whether you’re shopping for the woman in your life who has it all or the deserving one who never treats herself to anything special, we’ve got you covered. From under $100 luxuries (who can resist shearling-lined slippers!) to cashmere and silk and jewels, list includes various ways to give the gift of luxury...

Marashi Oral Health Rose Gold M Sonic Toothbrush ($275; marashioralhealth.com)

For the one who has it all, why not gift this rose gold toothbrush? It’s the creation of celebrity dentist, Dr. Jon Marashi whose patients include Justin Timberlake, Halsey, Tom Hanks, and Pink, to name a few. The toothbrush boasts 37,000 cleansing vibrations a minute, so in addition to being shelfie-worthy, this fancy toothbrush will deliver the gift of healthy, pearly whites, too.

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The Holiday AEDIT: 30 Beauty & Wellness Gifts For Her

It’s that time of year again! From hostess gifts and Secret Santas to all the friends and family members in your holiday gift exchange, the most wonderful time of the year and quickly become the most stressful if you don’t know where to shop or what to get. Fortunately, The AEDITION is here to help.

Dr. Marashi M Sonic Luxury Sonic Toothbrush  A toothbrush she won’t mind leaving out on the bathroom counter, the sonic design boasts 37,000 cleansing vibrations per minute, four power modes, and a 21-day battery life to keep those pearly whites, well, white. $275, marashioralhealth.com...

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What's The Deal With Charcoal?

As with all origin stories, the legend of activated charcoal starts with a miracle.

One place charcoal might actually work better than other existing oral care practices is as a breath freshener. “Most breath fresheners such as mouth rinses merely mask over odors as opposed to eliminating the source of the problem,” notes Dr. Jon Marashi, an LA-based dentist...

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 Every smile has its own unique set of issues and some need more TLC than just the recommended twice-yearly cleaning and at-home teeth whitening. From a major overhaul to restoring a handful of stained, worn or chipped teeth, veneers and dental bonding can provide a quick fix for common smile concerns. So, which option is best? The cosmetic dentists we spoke to say the one that gives the wearer the most natural look. “Right now, the pendulum is swinging away from the ‘bigger, whiter’ style of the late ‘90s and early aughts,” says Los Angeles cosmetic dentist Jon Marashi, DDS. “I’ve done a lot of revision work on actors who previously had that ‘Chiclet’ or ‘horse teeth’ look.” Today, anyone can get an A-list smile; here’s how these trending treatments stack up.

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GRIN FOR THE WIN
FORGET THE FANCY WATCH. FORGET THE TRIPS TO IBIZA OR THE TESLA MODEL XYWHATEVER. WANT TO SHOW PEOPLE YOU’VE MADE IT? CONSIDER BRIGHTENING YOUR SMILE WITH SOME MODERN VENEERS

Like Andy Cohen’s career or the phrase “I’m not here to make friends,” the cosmetic-dentistry industry owes its success to reality television. Specifically to a show called Extreme Makeover, which followed the journeys of regular people who wanted to look better than regular.