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I'm probably not alone in trying to understand the nature of your question. If there are only a couple of spots that are sitting proud of the teak, then spending the time with a sharp chisel (Xacto, razor blade, etc.) or a sanding block seems like a fairly minor inconvenience in the big picture.
Alternatively, you could ignore it and live with it until the time comes to reef out the old and recaulk.