Denttabs with Fluoride


4.14 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
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Instead of toothpaste in plastic tubs, use these fantastic toothtabs with fluoride from dentTabs. They leave your teeth with an extra smooth and clean feeling. They are great for sensitive and damaged teeth too as they help remineralize.

40 grams is enough for 1 person for 2 months (somewhere around 125 tabs).

Packaging: brown paper bag

This is the version WITH fluoride. If you’re looking for the version WITHOUT fluoride, click here.


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For best results use a brush with soft bristles. Used together with the wonderful NextBrush you’ll have Zero Waste Dental Care.

With DentTabs you can remineralize your teeth naturally and get to a whiter, shinier smile.

What’s inside?

  • The main ingredient is micro-fine DENTTABS cellulose to gently and effectively polish your teeth
  • A small portion of silica against persistent teeth staining
  • Organic mint + menthol flavor for good taste and fresh breath
  • Surfactant – Sodium Lauroyl Glutamate (soap) – in order to reduce the surface tension of the teeth and to better distribute fluoride in the mouth
  • A minimum quantity stevioside to cover the slightly bitter taste of the silica
  • Some Vitamin C to stimulate salivation, especially in older people
  • Some Natrium hydrogen carbonat (baking soda) to adjust pH level
  • Sodium fluoride for the promotion of re-mineralizing of your teeth..

How to use

Chew one DentTab until creamy, brush teeth as usual for a couple of minutes, rinse.


Microcrystalline Cellulose, Sodium Bicarbonate, Silica, Sodium Lauroyl Glutamate, Magnesium Stearate, Aroma, Menthol, Xanthan, Gum Stevioside, Citrit Acid, Sodium Fluoride, Eugenol

3 reviews for Denttabs with Fluoride

  1. Sam says:

    I have only ever tried the Tooth Tabs from Lush before (but they come in plastic and have a lot of foaming agent in them). These come in a paper bag and I keep them in a small aluminium tin. At first, I thought they tasted a bit “stale” but if you keep chewing they will make a nice paste in your mouth. Very clean and fresh feeling, nice pleasant minty taste. My partner is a convert too!

  2. Margot says:

    I tried the dental tabs a few times, but I don’t have the ‘I just brushed my teeth’ feeling when I’m finished. So I bought a plastic-free toothpaste without fluoride to use together with the tablet (I do need the fluoride for my teeth since I have tooth-decay very easily). When I use both its fine.
    I’ve been looking around for a good replacement, but pretty much every other plastic-free option doesn’t have fluoride in them, so for now I’ll be using the dental tabs in combination with another paste.

  3. iola.lealriesco says: (verified owner)

    Love, love, love these tablets. It is so difficult to find plastic free tooth paste with fluoride, that I am happy these tablets works so well. These ones come in a paper bag and you can keep them in any airtight container (otherwise all your bathroom will smell like mint 🙂 ). I keep mine in a small glass jar at home, and in a small aluminium tin when travelling.

    Note that it may take a bit to get used to. They may seem too dry at first when you chew on them. But chew a bit more, and after some 15 seconds they should have turned into a nice minty paste and you can brush your teeth normally.
    I am surely not going back.!

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