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10 x toothpaste tabs to try out. 

Denttabs toothbrush tablets Mint with fluoride for adults go beyond brushing your teeth: they polish your teeth smooth thanks to the high content of cellulose. Developed with dentists. Natural, sustainable, foam-free.

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White teeth

The toothbrush tablet polishes your teeth to a high gloss. This gives them a unique shine, which you otherwise only have for a few days after a professional dental cleaning at the dentist.

Smooth teeth

Due to the cellulose in the tablet, your teeth are polished ultra-smooth right into the interdental spaces. Therefore, new particles simply roll off the tooth surfaces. Coatings, also known as plaque, can practically not even arise.

Healthy teeth

The anhydrous toothbrush tablets provide a proven unique fluoride effect in the mouth, which protects your teeth from decay in the long term.


Cleaning with Denttabs is a bit unusual at first, but otherwise very easy:

1. You take 1 tablet in your mouth and chew it, e.g. on your molars. This will result in a creamy consistency, not a foamy one. We deliberately use only a very gentle and natural surfactant.

2. wet your toothbrush and brush your teeth as usual.

3. spit out, rinse your mouth with water, done! How do your teeth feel now?

We recommend 1 tablet in the morning and 1 tablet in the evening. To get used to the foam-free brushing experience, you can also take 2 tablets in the morning and 2 tablets in the evening. If you feel the need for fresh breath during the day, you can also chew one tablet in between and rinse it out.

We use these ingredients

Microfine cellulose fibers (Microcrystalline Cellulose)

The cellulose fibers in the toothpaste tablets are obtained from woody plant parts. Naturally FSC-certified and grown in the EU. It is a long-chain polysaccharide that can polish your teeth ultra-smooth to the interdental spaces. That's why new particles simply roll off the surfaces of your teeth. Coatings, also known as plaque, can practically not even arise.

Citric acid (Citric Acid)

Stimulates the flow of saliva. The increased salivary flow with natural calcium and phosphate ions causes faster remineralization of the enamel and tooth.

Sodium hydrogen carbonate (Sodium Bicarbonate)

Also known as sodium bicarbonate, in reaction with citric acid, adjusts the pH of the tablet to a neutral value during tooth brushing.

Silica (silica)

Serves as a gentle cleaning agent.

Amisoft (Sodium Lauroyl Glutamate)

A mild and natural surfactant consisting of vegetable fatty acids and the amino acid glutamic acid isolated from plant proteins. When cleaning, it helps to combine proteins, fats and carbohydrates with water to flush them out when rinsing.

Natural mint flavor

Together with the stevia extract and menthol, provides the pleasant feeling of freshness in the mouth.


part of our natural mint flavor. Eugenol is also known as a characteristic flavoring from cloves.

Xanthan Gum

A natural polysaccharide that is also used as a thickening and gelling agent. In the toothbrush tablet, it provides the pleasant creaminess after chewing the tablet.

Stevia (steviosides)

Sweet tasting plant, which together with the aroma and menthol provides the good taste. Steviosides are not sugar, but proteins that have a characteristic sweet taste. Therefore, steviosides can not trigger tooth decay.


Provides a freshness kick in the mouth.

Sodium fluoride (Sodium Fluoride)

Serves to remineralize the tooth enamel and can help especially with sensitive teeth, but also with incipient caries.

The fluoride content here is 1450 ppm.

Magnesium stearate (magnesium stearate)

A herbal excipient necessary for tablet production.

We do not use these ingredients

Sodium Lauryl Sulfate

Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS) is the surfactant most commonly used in cosmetics. It has a property that is desirable in many cosmetic products: it foams. Danger: Its cleansing power is so effective that it can, among other things, dry out and irritate mucous membranes and cause aphthae.

Diethanolamine (DEA)

Contributes to an even distribution during application and strengthens the foam quality. Danger: Formation of nitrosamines possible. Nitrosamines are carcinogenic, therefore their use is restricted in the EU.


Used as a preservative as it inhibits the development of microorganisms in cosmetic products. Danger: Hormonal disorders such as changes in the sex organs in animals have been documented. Therefore it is on the EU priority list for endocrine disruptors.


Toothpaste consists of just under 50% water. Water is often used to create a pleasant consistency, as it is a very cheap resource. Disadvantage: Wasteful and heavy to transport. Both lead to a poorer eco-balance.

Nano hydroxyapatite

Taken as an alternative to sodium fluoride. Companies promote the ingredient as liquid or artificial enamel. Dental care products are supposed to be able to repair already damaged enamel by using the nano-sized hydroxyapatite particles to repair fine cracks in the enamel. However, there is no scientific evidence for this. The effects have never been tested in meaningful studies.

Synthetic dyes

Their purpose is to spice up the toothpaste aesthetically. However, they have no cosmetic value. Danger: Azo dyes can trigger pseudoallergies and are also suspected of being carcinogenic if they are broken down again in the body into carcinogenic starting compounds (including aniline).

Propylene glycol

Humectant in toothpaste. Danger: Is derived from petroleum and can cause allergic reactions. Does not apply to Denttabs, as the tablet is a dry product.

Preservatives such as potassium benzoate

Primarily inhibits the development of microorganisms in cosmetic products. Danger: May cause allergies and pseudoallergies. Needed only if you have an aqueous system as in toothpaste.


Microplastics are used to get a nice consistency in toothpaste. Furthermore, it is popular to achieve a better cleaning with abrasive and scouring particles. Danger: Microplastics are extracted from petroleum and enter the sewage system directly from cosmetics. The problem is that sewage treatment plants cannot completely retain the microparticles due to their small size. Some of it therefore leaks into natural waters. Sewage sludge used for fertilizing fields also contains microplastics. Meanwhile, there are also data that relate directly to humans. Plastic particles (up to four μm in diameter) are actually absorbed by the epithelial cells of the human intestine.


Consistency agent, which is used to form a good consistency.
Toothpaste thus remains shapely and aesthetic,
the paste can be nicely distributed in the mouth and form a homogeneous mass with the saliva. Disadvantage: Is obtained from petroleum.

Nanoparticles such as titanium dioxide

Nanoparticles are used in toothpaste to mask any color and make the toothpaste white. Titanium dioxide is a common agent used to bleach and lighten confectionery or sauces. Danger: In January 2017, a new study was published confirming: Titanium dioxide appears to lodge in the body, weaken the immune system, and can cause cancer - even in just the small dose you take every day via toothpaste, blood pressure pills, magnesium tablets, or chewing gum. In France, the ingredient is banned.


Limonene is a perfume substance obtained from plants. Danger: A certain amount can cause contact allergies. The allergy risk is so great with limonene that the substance has had to be declared on all products within the EU since 2005.

Butylated hydroxyanisole (BHA)

Popularly used in cosmetics as it has antioxidant property and increases product stability. Danger: In high concentrations causes drowsiness. In animal studies, tumors were found in the forestomach of rats. There is a risk of accumulation in the body when high concentrations are ingested. BHA is also suspected of causing allergies.

Application in the morning and evening

How to brush with the toothbrush tablet

1. chew the tablet on the molars.

Moisten toothbrush. 3.

3. brush teeth as usual.

Frequently asked questions

Can toothbrush tablets replace toothpaste?

Denttabs toothbrush tablets clean your teeth at least as effectively and reliably protect against tooth decay as conventional toothpaste. And all this with natural and sustainable ingredients.

You still have doubts? We have collected all relevant studies and test results for you in the field of dental health.

Why do the toothbrush tablets not foam?

The question that arises first for us: Does our dental care need to foam? We are convinced that foam belongs on beer or in the bathtub, but not in the mouth.

We made a very conscious decision to use a gentle surfactant: Amisoft (Sodium Lauroyl Glutamate): This is a natural surfactant made from plant fatty acids and the amino acid glutamic acid isolated from plant proteins. When brushing, it helps proteins, fats and carbohydrates combine with water to flush them out when rinsed.

Aggressive surfactants are often used in conventional toothpaste to provide high cleaning power during brushing. Denttabs, according to studies, has exactly the same cleaning power as conventional toothpastes - and with natural and less abrasive ingredients.

Aggressive surfactants have the disadvantage that they can irritate mucous membranes and reduce the fluoride remineralization effect.

It is often a habit that a toothpaste foams. Don't worry: As quickly as it becomes a habit to have a foamy mouth, it becomes a habit to use a tablet without much foam. Just try it, you will not regret it!

When do I take fluoride and when not?

In general, we recommend fluoride for all people who want to protect their teeth from caries. Especially users with pain-sensitive teeth have reported positive experiences with our fluoride toothbrush tablets.

Are Denttabs also suitable for pain-sensitive teeth?

Denttabs toothbrush tablets with fluoride are ideal for pain sensitive teeth for the following reasons:

1. our toothbrush tablet consists of about 70% cellulose. And it is very gentle to your teeth and enamel.

2. our toothbrush tablet contains fluoride. Fluoride forms a kind of protective film around your teeth and provides a proven, rapid remineralization of the tooth enamel in the tablet. Denttabs users report that exposed tooth necks lose their sensitivity after 14-21 days at the latest. So just try them out and share your experiences with us.

Do the toothbrush tablets harm my tooth enamel?

Due to the low abrasion value of Denttabs toothbrush tablets (RDA value of 21) there is no need to worry. Denttabs is very gentle to your teeth and enamel. This has been confirmed in numerous test results from consumer organizations.

Which toothbrush do I use best?

We recommend using the Denttabs toothbrush tablet with an ultra-soft toothbrush, e.g. our Denttabs bamboo toothbrush. Basically, the softer the toothbrush, the better for the polishing effect of the toothpaste tablets.


All our products are 100% vegan.

Natural cosmetics certified

The toothbrush tablets and the packaging bear the recognized COSMOS Natural seal of the BDIH for controlled natural cosmetics.

Industrial compostable packaging

We use an industrial compostable packaging based on PLA, a corn-based bio-plastic that is bio-based and biodegradable.

Axel's dental care tip

Our toothbrush tablets contain menthol, which might be too intense for some tastes. You want to reduce some sharpness? Leave the tablets open for a few days and place them in a warm place. This way the menthol can escape and the sharpness can be reduced.

Axel Kaiser Founder of Denttabs

Customer Reviews

Based on 23 reviews
Klemens Hoppe
Prima Qualität

Habe die Zahnputztabletten probiert und bin echt zufrieden damit.

Frank S
Nicht mein Ding

Mag vielleicht genau so gut reinigen wie Zahncreme. Ich hatte aber nicht das Gefühl, dass meine Zöhne ähnlich sauber sind und das Frischegefühl hat mir auch gefehlt. Schade

Clemens Schuth

Sind sehr gut

Funktioniert super

Im großen und ganzen bin ich sehr zufrieden mit den Denttabs. Ich hatte etwas Sorge, dass der Minzgeschmack mir zu doll sein wird aber ich merke fast nichts davon. Zuerst musste ich mich etwas daran gewöhnen, dass man beim zerkauen und am Anfang des putzens kleine Krümel im Mund hat, aber wenn man die gezielt mit der Zahnbürste mitnimmt sind die Krümel schnell aufgelöst. Ich finde die einzelnen Tabletten nur etwas groß, sodass nach dem zerkauen, bei mir sehr viel dünnflüssiger Schaum entsteht(bei herkömmlicher Zahnpasta ist es entsprechend viel mehr Schaum der beim putzen entstanden ist). Das scheint aber auch ein Problem zu sein, dass nur bei mir auftritt denn andere in meinem Haushalt haben dieses Schaum-Problem nicht. Mit einer halben Tablette komme ich aber gut zurecht. Nach dem putzen habe ich auch das Gefühl das die Zähne überall schön glatt sind, das könnte aber auch daran liegen das ich mit dem nutzen der Tabletten viel bewusster putze.
Außerdem finde ich den Nachhaltigkeitsaspekt ganz gut. Und ich finde gut das die Tabletten gut mit auf Reisen genommen werden können ohne das man Sorge haben muss das die Zahnpasta ausläuft.
Was ich mich allerdings frage ist, wie eine Packung mit 125 Tabletten 2 Tuben Zahnpasta ersetzen kann, denn eine Zahnpasta Tube hat bei mir normalerweise für mehr als 125 mal putzen gereicht…

Körnige Substanz - unangenehm

Leider kein Ersatz für herkömmliche Zahncreme. Die Substanz ist nach dem Zerkauen körnig und nicht sehr geschmeidig. Bei der schnellen Morgentoilette im Flieger vielleicht ganz praktisch, aber da tut es auch ein entsprechendes Kaugummi.


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