Q: Where is your floss made?

A:  Is made in China with sustainable and ethical practices.  


Q:  Where is your Toothpaste and Mouthwash made?

A:  Is made here in United States, sourced all nationally.


Q: Is your bamboo floss sourced from panda habitat?

A:  NO, Our bamboo is sourced from habitats that doesn't affect panda living.  Bamboo is a fast and self reproductive plant and its extremely abundant in China.


Q:  On your silk floss , do worms service the process?

A:  Yes, worms are not harmed during the production of silk.


Q: How much paste should I use?
A: We recommend a pea size amount, but use more if you feel the need.

Q:  My gums are bleeding and swollen, Can lucky Teeth help?

A:  Absolutely !  For best results follow the following steps:

1.  Use soft bristles Toothbrush to avoid further damage to your gums.

2.  Brush with Lucky Teeth Toothpaste as regular throughout the day (1-2 times ), follow with Lucky Teeth Mouthwash for as long as possible (20-30 seconds).  Do not eat or drink for 15 minutes,

3.  On last brush at nighttime, after the 15 minutes, take some paste with your fingers and rub on irritated gum areas.  Go to sleep and let it be absorbed by your gums.  If you feel the need to spit out after a while, you may do.

These will reduce the inflammation seeing results the first day !

*Please consult with your doctor, as we cannot give any medical advice.  


Q: How many times should I use this remineralizing toothpaste a day to see results?
A: Twice a day preferably, but you can use as many times as you would like a day.

Q: Why this remineralizing toothpaste doesn't make any foam?
A: The foaming sensation from regular tooth paste comes from Sodium Lauryl Sulfate.

Sodium lauryl sulphate (SLS) is a synthetic detergent widely used in toothpastes and also is found in shampoos, cosmetics and laundry detergents. It also is a standard detergent used to test skin irritation. SLS affects the barrier function of skin by enhancing permeability. Dental researchers have now linked SLS to increased gingival blood flow as well as mucosal irritations.

Q: Why is your toothpaste a bit grainy?
A: The graininess comes from minerals and baking soda, they will dissolve as you brush your teeth and gums, helping all these wonderful ingredients be absorbed by your teeth.

Q: Baking soda has a reputation of being extremely abrasive for our teeth, is this true?
A: We have been miss leaded about this information. Baking soda is one of the least abrasive things you can use. It boosts the pH of your saliva-hurting, cavity-causing bacteria and activating the good bacteria that can take their place. It also does an excellent job of removing stains giving you the whiter and brighter smile you want.

Q: Does the black from charcoal stain my teeth?
A: No, it will leave them cleaner and whiter, also charcoal helps tartar with tartar building up.

Q: The charcoal leaves a residue on my sink, how do I clean it?
A: The black can be scary to some people, and yes you will see black all over your sink, but it cleans so easy you will love it! Take some hand soap, we use castile and with your hands clean the sink, it comes right off!!!

Q: How much peroxide is in your mouthwash? Percentage?
A: We start with 35% food grade peroxide and dissolve it to 1% in distilled water. So it has a 1% peroxide. Some might think "oh that is nothing" but you must have respect for peroxide, it can do as much good as it can do harm if not used properly. Be gentle, patient and loving with your teeth.

Q: It says on label that the mouthwash is good for sore throats?
A: It's amazing and effective ! Any time you feel any symptoms of a cold start gargles immediately as many times as you can handle and it will kill germs and bacteria, preventing them from spreading and making you sick. Hydrogen Peroxide is nothing more than oxygen and water combined in a unique ratio to form a germicidal liquid. This added oxygen in the system creates an environment in which most disease cannot thrive or even live. Another recommendation is to use a few drops of 3% Hydrogen Peroxide in each ear a few times a day to stop colds and flu.