Movemints are the mint that fits your clear aligners and invisible braces. An edible alternative to foam chewies.

Clear Aligner Mints

Freshen breath, fight dry mouth, and comfortably seat clear aligner trays.

The Only Mint that Fits

Our patented, convenient contour guides Movemints™ into place. We recommend focusing on the front teeth, or what is known as the "social-six", which is where you'll find Movemints™ fit the best!

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A Fresh Alternative to Chewie Foam

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1. Insert

2. Seat

3. Repeat

LOVE these!! I've been wearing my Invisalign for about a year and these are a game changer. Movemints help secure the aligners properly and freshen your breath at the same time. I can't live without them!

MelodyClark - Amazon Customer

These little mints are amazing! They work wonderfully for seating aligners. The taste is great. And I don't pinch my cheeks like I did with chewies. A big bonus is being able to pop a mint in my mouth anytime.

-Gwen P.

I received a sample of Movemints to use with my Smile Direct Club clear aligners. These work great and needless to say, I'll be tossing out those gross little rubber things and replacing them with some Movemints.

-Rob H.

Anyone straightening their teeth with clear aligners? This product is perfect for getting your trays in position. Sugar free & taste great. A must try. You will LOVE them!

-Deb H.

I absolutely love these mints. I can't go a day without mints at work and now I have something I can use with my aligners!

-Bethany H.

Our Team Has One Mission

To improve the experience and effectiveness of clear aligner therapy for millions of patients worldwide. That's why our founder, a practicing orthodontist specializing in clear aligner therapy, created a better way for his patients to keep up with their treatment routine.

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Meet our Founder

Dr. Pechersky is a practicing orthodontist specializing in clear aligner therapy. Read his blog for advice and best practices to make your smile journey as comfortable and effective as possible.

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