A nice way to thank your dentist for giving you a healthy set of teeth is to get him a gift. Edible items make good presents, particularly if you know the person in question is foodie and enjoys particular food treats. While you're at it, why not make it a little creative and add a personalised touch by adding dentistry-related decorations?
You can get a dozen cupcakes personalised with dental themes. For instance, get them decorated with pieces made of marzipan and fondant shaped as toothbrush, toothpaste, floss, teeth, dentures or braces. Each cupcake, along with a decoration piece, could contain a letter to make the dentist's name when the cupcakes are placed together. If you know your dentist's likes and dislikes, you can select from a range of cupcakes, such as carrot, chocolate, vanilla or red velvet.
Get custom chocolate moulds shaped like a toothpaste tube, floss container, toothbrush, spoon excavator or dental mirror. You can also get a denture made with white chocolate, and wrap all the items together in a decorative box. You can get chocolate moulds custom made from a candies shop that makes personalised items on request. You can also get them made online.
"Dentist Thank You Cookie Bouquets" are available for sale on many online stores. They are basically a collection of cookies shaped as smiling molars, toothpaste tubes, a set of healthy smiling teeth, and a central cookie that says the words "Thank you." These cookies are arranged together to look like a bouquet.
Like custom cupcakes, you can also get mini cookies personalised with designs and shapes of your choice. Either tell the baker that you want them in any dental theme, or suggest a few ideas yourself, for instance, colourful hard icing cookies shaped as toothbrush, toothpaste tube or molars.
Assorted Gift Basket
If you think the dentist would prefer healthy snacks instead of all sweets, you could get assorted items such as cheese-filled crackers, rice snacks, pistachios, pretzels, roasted peanuts, raisins, granola bars and noodle soup. You can put all these items together in a tooth-shaped ceramic jar that you can buy online. Alternatively, you can place them all in an ordinary gift basket and decorate the basket with stickers that have pictures of teeth, molars, toothbrushes or similar things.
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