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TEEF 2.0:  The all-natural alternative to fluoride infected toothpaste. Enhanced for taste and
improved oral health. (White powder) Ingredients: http://www.teefpowder.com/2017/12/updated-recipe.html


*Note*: Due to to updated packaging method, we no longer ship in small glass jars. However, if you like the jars you can buy them at Walmart. 







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  1. I damaged my enamel badly with hydrogen peroxide. My enamel was deficient to begin with. Do you think your teef powder could help me? Any problems shipping to Canada?

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    1. No problem shipping to Canada, just make sure to select the correct shipping method. I think it should help but can't guarantee anything. Just study the ingredients and you should be able to make an educated guess to the safety and possibility of helping.

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    2. Thanks for replying. I understand that there's no guarantees. Ingredients seem pretty great to me. I had no idea you can damage tooth enamel by swishing with hydrogen peroxide. I learned the hard way. My question about problems shipping to Canada was mostly because I was concerned about customs. I know a lot of products get stopped at the border.

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  2. After using TEEF this last time for 6 months in between dental visits, the hygienist could not get floss in between my teeth for the first time- it had always been tight but possible- I have been using TEEF for about 2 years. The dentist & hygienist both thot I was doing massive grinding to my teeth,especially this time, even though I had been wearing a plastic dental guard every nite. They even thot my enamel was wearing, but I told them I had no sensitivities, and that my teeth felt sturdier than ever.

    I speculate that the dentist and hygienist both think grinding because this adds on a rough coating to the teeth. They can not even tell it is an additional coating. As far as, not being able to get floss in between my teeth, likely I should lay off for awhile- use only when feel sensitivities. It is good that there no big gaps in between teeth that food particles get caught, but not being able to floss in between is too much most likely.

    What are your thots on this? What is the history of longer term user of TEEF? Any idea if the enamel will smooth out again if I lay off the TEEF? I never dreamed that the effects from this where so obvious to dental personnel.

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    1. Hello Spartan. Sorry for the late reply. TEEF Powder should NOT replace using floss. Make sure you floss after each session with TEEF Powder. If normal floss isn't working, try using those plastic "flossers". Hope this helps!

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  3. Hi, do you think this powder could be combined with some kind of electrict current to make the components stick to natural enamel?

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    1. It's designed to be the way the body makes calcium ions stick to the enamel which is with tetracalcium phosphate and peroxide. I don't think electric current will enhance it.

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  4. I only see one size to order currently, but saw a refill larger size listed on your older formula. Is there only one size now? Or also a larger refill size as well? Didn't see one listed on order form. So happy to have found your product & you on YouTube, you really seem to know your stuff! Thank you in advance!

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    1. There is just one size currently. I just lowered the price to $12 from $14 due to updated packing method. Thank you for your support!

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  5. HI,
    How does your product work with teeth that already have minor cavities?
    Are there any negative effects you have heard of from your customers that have used your tooth powder over long period of time?
    I have heard of remineralizing ones teeth via diet, Westin Price model. Your powder seems to build an enamel solely from interaction in the mouth. Do understand this correctly?
    What is the longest anyone has used the powder, and at what consistancy? Any problems?
    Thank you in advance

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    1. NatureHacker has used it since the idea was conceived, and has not been to the dentist since. His teeth have never been better. It's designed to remineralize teeth the same way that saliva naturally remineralizes them, which is calcium phosphate ions and peroxide. The only negatives that NatureHacker has noticed along with other also noticing is teeth sensitivity. NatureHacker believes that the teeth sensitivity is caused by anaerobic bacteria, which can be killed with mint essential oil (which is an ingredient in 2.0).

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    2. 2.0 Do you believe any sensitivity is due to the addition of peroxide to the formula??? I need this product and am concerned about getting it and having the same problem.Did naturehacker have sensitivity from teef before the change to peroxide?

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    3. So you have noticed teeth sensitivity? To what? Also, that is my current problem. Would it be smart for me to use this tooth powder if I already have teeth sensitivity to cold/sweets?

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