Fenucure Medical is a Danish biotech company that has been around for more than 10 years.

“My mother suffered through many years of gingivitis, which unfortunately developed into periodontal disease. The paradox not only affected her oral health and general well-being, but also affected her socially. She got bad breath and ate peppermint pastels all the time, but that didn’t help. So she asked if I could help her and I started researching alternative healing options.

I read everything I could find about ancient herbs and their effect and after reading about the ancient monk’s herb gardens, I began experimenting with a decoction of fenugreek seeds, known for its anti-inflammatory properties.

After years of development and countless attempts in very large pots on our stove, I came to a very effective decoction. This decoction gargled my mother and miraculously it remedied her gum problems. This decoction became the basis of the recipe for a tasty and effective toothpaste. The effect of the decoction also meant that I did not need to add unwanted chemistry, which I am basically opposed to because risk of side effects.

Today my mother has no gum problems and she has regained her quality of life. I hope that DentaCure can also help many others who have similar problems.

Jens Olsen, inventor of DentaCure

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Fenucure Medical ApS.
Nymøllevej 50
2800 Kongens Lyngby,                                    Denmark

Tlf. +45 50847223

Production and quality

DentaCure toothpaste is manufactured in production facilities with the highest quality standards such as GMP and ISO certification. We use high quality specifications and are IFS HPC, ISO 9001: 2008, ISO 14001: 2015 and certified C-GMP. The factory has its own research and development and quality assurance and micro laboratory.

 Questions & Answers

Is DentaCure Approved by Official Authorities?

Yes, DentaCure is registered as Class 1 Medical Device under the Danish Medicines Agency. In addition, the Consumer Council Tænk’s Kemi Lup in 2019 has given DentaCure the best rating, “A-kolbe”; “without undesirable chemistry, without endocrine disruptors and without environmentally harmful substances”.

Is there fluoride in DentaCure Toothpaste?

Yes, there is 1,450ppm F of fluoride in DentaCure toothpaste. The dental association recommends using fluoride toothpaste as fluoride in toothpaste inhibits the development of caries. Adults should brush their teeth with 1,450-1,500 ppm fluoride toothpaste. For adults, use an amount similar to a regular toothbrush pea.

Don’t children under 6 use DentaCure Toothpaste?

“Adult toothpaste” is well used for children from 13-14 months of age, however in a limited amount corresponding to the size less than a pea and monitor brushing to minimize swallowing. Consult your doctor or dentist if fluoride is also taken from other sources.

Should the toothpaste be brownish?

The active ingredient “fenugreek seeds” is brownish / yellowish and gives color to the toothpaste itself. To avoid unwanted chemistry in our toothpaste, we do not add unnecessary amount of bleach which is necessary for the color of the toothpaste to turn completely white.

Is DentaCure Prescription Obligatory?

DentaCure is not a prescription and can be purchased at dentacure.com, in Coop stores, at matas.dk and in Helsam stores – see Fenucure dealers.

What is the difference between DentaCure and other “regular” toothpastes?

DentaCure contains is an extract of fenugreek seeds that is known and documented as anti-inflammatory. The extract is obtained through a patented process that gives the anti-inflammatory effect and helps to relieve and reduce, among other things. bleeding and inflamed gums. In addition, no undesirable chemistry has been added to DentaCure, for example. Phalates, Triclosan, chlorhexidine or hydrogen peroxide.

What is the Fenugreek that is an ingredient in DentaCure toothpaste?

Fenugreek seed is a herbal plant that grows in North Africa, the Middle East and Southeastern Europe. The seeds we know best at home from Indian curry, as they are a solid ingredient in most curry mixes with turmeric. In fact, it is these seeds that give the curry its special smell. The fenugreek plant contains substances that have a good antioxidant effect and for thousands of years the seeds of the plant have been used as a natural remedy for: inflammation, poisoning, gastrointestinal problems, heartburn, stomach ulcers and fever.

Should Toothbrushing with DentaCure Supplement Toothbrushing with “Common” Types of Toothpaste?

No, DentaCure is used as a regular toothpaste. DentaCure assists in daily good oral hygiene and contains fluoride which inhibits the development of caries and which is recommended by the Dental Association.

Does DentaCure contain Microplastic?

No, DentaCure does not contain microplastics as abrasives. Instead, DentaCure naturally contains microsand as abrasive.

Does Fenucure contain Phalater?


Does DentaCure contain Parabenes?


Does DentaCure contain Triclosan?


Does DentaCure contain Chlorhexidine?


Is dentaCure Ecological?

No, DentaCure is not organic, as the toothpaste, among other things. contains fluorine, which is recommended by the Dental Association.

How often should DentaCure Toothpaste be used?

DentaCure can be used as a regular toothpaste and brushing teeth twice a day is recommended.

Does DentaCure on gum problems?

Yes. Studies at New Haven University have tested and documented the anti-inflammatory effect of DentaCure against bleeding gums and gingivitis. In addition, several dentists recommend DentaCure in their treatment of gum problems.

Does DentaCure work on Tartar?

Numerous feedback from consumers and dentists who have experience with DentaCure points out that tartar can be reduced by using DentaCure and daily toothbrushing.

How fast does DentaCure work?

The effect of DentaCure can be experienced after approx. 1-2 weeks. However, this depends on the severity of bleeding / inflammation of the gums, general health and the effectiveness of tooth brushing.

Source: Fenucure Medical, Tandlægeforeningen, Netdoktor.dk, Hejdoktor.dk, Med24.dk, Lægemiddelstyrelsen, Forbrugermagasinet Tænk