G-Force Reviews – Advanced Dental Health Supplement or Scam?

G-Force is a nutritional supplement that claims to target bleeding gums, decaying teeth, and other serious oral health issues.

According to the creators behind the formula, by taking two capsules of G-Force daily, you can purportedly target gum disease, tooth decay, bad breath, and other problems – all without visiting the dentist or taking medication.

Typically, supplements can’t solve gum disease or tooth decay – so let’s take a closer look at how G-Force works in our review.

What is G-Force?

G-Force is an oral health supplement sold exclusively online through GForceTeeth.com.

The supplement contains several herbal extracts that purportedly solve gum disease, tooth decay, bad breath, and other serious oral health issues.

All you need to do is take two capsules of G-Force per day, to no longer have to worry about gum disease or tooth decay. In a video and sales page marketing the formula, the makers of G-Force seem to recommend the supplement as a possible alternative to oral surgery or medication. In fact, you can purportedly solve serious oral health issues without visiting the dentist once.

We’ve seen a growing number of oral health supplements sold online in recent months advertising similar benefits. These supplements are marketed specifically to people with serious oral health problems – like gum disease, bacterial growth, and tooth decay. These people cannot afford to see a dentist or may not have dental insurance, so they turn to the natural supplement world for support. G-Force seems similar to these supplements, promising enormous benefits despite limited scientific evidence.

Let’s take a closer look at how G-Force claims to solve gum disease and other oral health problems.

How Does G-Force Work?

G-Force describes itself as an “advanced dental health formula” that “supports tooth and gum health.”

According to the creators of the formula, users may take two capsules of G-Force per day, to enjoy the benefits. The company recommends taking the supplement 30 minutes before a meal.

Most of G-Force’s formula consists of herbal extracts and plant extracts. The formula contains small doses of milk thistle extract, beetroot, artichoke, and dandelion root extract, among other unique ingredients we don’t often see in other supplements.

G-Force also contains a significant zinc dose (30mg or 273% of your Daily Value). Zinc plays a crucial role in dental health, and it’s something you can get from any multivitamin.

Other ingredients in G-Force include grape seed extract, choline, turmeric, berberine, ginger, and N-acetyl-cysteine.

Together, this unique combination of ingredients purportedly works as an “advanced dental health formula,” targeting serious oral health issues from multiple angles, giving you complete relief without needing drugs, surgeries, or even a single visit with any medical professional.

Obviously, it would be best to be skeptical when a supplement seems to suggest powerful effects beyond what we normally see in a supplement. Let’s take a closer look at the story behind G-Force.

The Story Behind G-Force

To understand how G-Force works, it helps to understand the story behind the formula.

In a dramatic video and sales page, we learn the story of a man named Daniel Moore. Daniel Moore had advanced gum disease and tooth decay issues. His teeth were literally falling out of his gums, jeopardizing his life as a choking hazard.

Here’s how Daniel describes his serious illness:

“My gums were so damaged that I had passed from gingivitis to periodontitis.”

Periodontitis, also known as gum disease, is a gum infection in the soft tissue of your mouth. When left untreated, it destroys the bones supporting your teeth, leading to loosened teeth and tooth loss.

Despite having advanced gum disease, Daniel claims to have completely eradicated his condition without following the treatment recommended by a dentist, doctor, or any other medical professional. Daniel did not take prescription drugs. He didn’t even take antibiotics to cure his bacterial infection.

Instead, Daniel claims he only made one change: he started taking G-Force. G-Force quickly cleared up his serious dental health issues, allowing him to enjoy a happier and healthier life.

Daniel realized he had severe oral health problems when he was at a relative’s wedding. He ate a bite of wedding cake, and his teeth fell out and slid down his throat. Daniel started to choke in front of everyone, and he nearly died.

Daniel describes the incident as “the most embarrassing moment of my life.”

However, Daniel used the experience for good. Instead of visiting a doctor or dentist for his severe oral health problem, Daniel researched natural cures for gum disease – which eventually led him to create G-Force.

Daniel makes several bizarre claims throughout the video that make us skeptical he has any medical or dental qualifications, including:

“Despite popular belief, gum disease, tooth decay, and even bad breath have nothing to do with how good your oral hygiene is.”

Obviously, gum disease, tooth decay, and bad breath are all linked with oral hygiene – despite what a man on the internet is telling you. If you don’t brush and floss your teeth regularly, you will be more likely to develop serious oral health issues.

To make a long story short, Daniel teamed up with a dentist, researched natural cures for oral health problems, packaged many herbal extracts into a formula, and now sells that formula online as G-Force.

Daniel specifically claims his formula makes it possible to defend yourself against gingivitis, periodontitis, and other serious oral health issues.

Obviously, these are huge claims for any supplement to make. Let’s examine the ingredients to see if there’s any science supporting these claims – or if G-Force is another dental hygiene scam.

G-Force Ingredients

G-Force contains a blend of herbal extracts, plant-based ingredients, and zinc.

The company packages all of these ingredients into a vegetable capsule with rice flour, magnesium stearate, and silicon dioxide used as fillers, binders, and preservatives.

The full list of ingredients in G-Force includes:

Minerals: G-Force contains 30mg of zinc or 273% of your Daily Value (DV).

Herbal Extracts: G-Force contains 50mg of yarrow flower extract, 50mg of chance Piedra extract, 50mg of chicory root extract, 50mg of jujube seed, and undisclosed dosages of burdock root, yellow dock root, feverfew extract, turmeric root, berberine, and ginger.

Plant and Vegetable Extracts: G-Force contains 50mg of artichoke leaf extract, 50mg of beetroot extract, 200mg of milk thistle seed extract, and undisclosed dosages of celery seed, alfalfa, grape seed extract, and red raspberry fruit.

Other Ingredients: G-Force contains 50mg of jujube seed extract and undisclosed dosages of methionine, L-cysteine, N-acetyl cysteine, and choline.

Scientific Evidence for G-Force

G-Force has not completed any clinical trials or scientific studies. There is no documented evidence anyone has used G-Force to cure tooth decay, eliminate gum disease, or prevent their teeth from falling out, among other claims made in the G-Force video.

Despite the lack of evidence, Daniel insists he has tested G-Force on dozens of people with no reported side effects and a 100% success rate. Oddly, Daniel does not link to that study, disclose the specific results, or provide any information proving it took place.

Daniel makes a big deal out of his berberine use, which he claims is linked with powerful dental benefits.

Some people with diabetes take berberine to help manage blood sugar. Some studies have shown that berberine makes it easier for your body to manage blood sugar, which is why you can find berberine in many diabetic supplements.

Some studies have shown that berberine could help improve periodontal bone loss by regulating bacteria in your mouth – although most of those studies were small, performed decades ago, or performed on rats – not humans.

For example, in this 2018 study, researchers gave rats berberine and found it improved bone loss in death by balancing bacteria in the mouth. Meanwhile, this 1992 study published by researchers in China found that berberine, which is common in traditional Chinese medicine, improved bacterial measurements in animals before a root canal. Meanwhile, this 2020 study found that berberine mediated root modeling in immature teeth by targeting stem cells, enhancing tooth repair.

Unfortunately, berberine is the second-last listed ingredient in G-Force’s proprietary formula, which tells us there’s only a small amount of berberine – or even trace amounts – in the formula. You’re better off taking a dedicated berberine supplement.

As WebMD explains, Chanca Piedra is a plant used to make traditional medicine, and some studies show it could have activity against viruses and other issues. However, there are few major studies on Chanca Piedra overall, making it difficult to verify its dental health effects.

The biggest problem with G-Force is that it advertises similar benefits to a mouthwash: the company claims the ingredients in G-Force kill germs within your mouth and support a healthy bacterial environment – just like any $5 mouthwash available from the store. It’s unclear how G-Force is more or less effective than an ordinary mouthwash.

The other ingredients in G-Force are not linked with significant oral health benefits, nor have they been proven to solve tooth decay, gum disease, gingivitis, periodontitis, or other conditions mentioned on the G-Force sales page. At under 50mg per serving for most ingredients, these ingredients’ dosages also seem too low to impact oral health significantly.

G-Force Pricing

G-Force is priced at $69 per bottle, although the price drops as low as $49 per bottle when ordering multiple units:

1 Bottle: $69

3 Bottles: $177

6 Bottles: $294

Each bottle contains 60 capsules (30 servings). You take two capsules per day for oral health.

G-Force Refund Policy

A 60-day money-back guarantee backs g-Force.

If G-Force does not solve your oral health issues within 60 days, then you can request a complete refund. Here’s how the company describes that refund policy:

“If for any reason after taking G-Force, you don’t start seeing incredible and dramatic improvements, all you need to do is contact us within the first 60 days of your purchase. It doesn’t matter if you used up the entire bottle. We’ll still give you your money back.”

Who’s Behind G-Force?

The makers of G-Force provide no information about themselves, their manufacturing location, their ingredient sources, or other information.

We also don’t know the name of the dentist who partnered with Daniel to create the formula. It’s later revealed that Daniel Moore is not a real name: it’s a pen name used for an undisclosed reason.

Ultimately, not all supplement companies are fully transparent, but the makers of G-Force have particularly poor transparency regarding their formula, background, and operations.

You can contact the makers of G-Force via the following:

Email: support@gforceteeth.com

Mailing Address: 123 SE 3rd Ave, Ste 574, Miami, FL 33131

That address in Miami is not a company headquarters: it’s a mailing center in downtown Miami.

Final Word

G-Force is a nutritional supplement that claims to target advanced gum disease, gingivitis, periodontitis, and other serious oral health issues.

You take two capsules of G-Force per day, and the supplement cleanses bacteria from your mouth using herbal extracts, plants, and other ingredients.

Overall, there’s no evidence G-Force works as advertised to help support oral health in any way.

However, G-Force comes with a 60-day refund policy, allowing you to request a complete refund within 60 days with no questions asked if G-Force does not solve your serious oral health issues.

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