In this paper, we describe and analyze a time-series dataset from toothbrushing activity using brush-Attached and wearable sensors. The data was collected from 17 participants when they brushed their teeth over one week in 5 different locations. The dataset consists of 62 toothbrushing sessions for each of the brush-Attached and wearable sensor approaches, using both electric and manual brushes. The average duration of each session is 2 minutes. One sensor device was attached to the handle of the brush while the other was worn by the participants as a wrist-watch. We collected the data from a 3-Axis accelerometer and a 3-Axis gyroscope at a 200 Hz sampling rate. Most of the data has been labelled. We investigated the characteristics of the data using spectral analysis and performed a pre-processing pipeline in order to generate features used to train a Support Vector Machine Classifier. We were able to identify which part of the jaw was being brushed with 98.6% accuracy.