Dental care is a hugely important aspect of animal health, however is is also frequently overlooked. If the teeth and gums aren't cleaned regularly, plaque and tartar can build up, leading to tooth decay and unhealthy gums. Plaque Off offers a natural cleaning solution that helps to safeguard your pet's mouth. Containing seaweed to whiten teeth and promote healthy looking gums. Plaque Off provides the answer to affordable dental care.
PlaqueOff is added to food and controls plaque in cats and dogs, and is effective against bad breath and tartar. PlaqueOff is made from a specially selected and clinically tested arctic ocean alga, Ascophyllum nodosum. Free from artificial colours, preservatives, gluten and sugar, ProDen PlaqueOff Animal contains nearly all the elements of the periodic table as well as other beneficial proteins and vitamins and is easily absorbed through the intestinal wall into the bloodstream. When the unique agents of the product reach the saliva, they effectively prevent oral bacteria from producing plaque, tartar and gum disease by disrupting the biofilm and affecting the ability of plaque to ‘stick’ to surfaces in the mouth.
Plaque Off is an easy way to keep your pets teeth clean and problem-free. How it works The ingredients in Plaque Off work by being absorbed into your pets saliva and dissolving plaque. This simple formula contains no artificial colours, preservatives, gluten or sugar so its good for their whole bodies, not just their gums and teeth. Key features made from all natural ingredients comes in a granulated formula that makes it easy to add to your pets food without them noticing for fuss-free treatment. When to use it Plaque forms on teeth just hours after eating and not only causes terrible breath, but also quickly becomes a breeding ground for germs. When it mixes with the salt in your dog or cats saliva, it hardens into tartar becoming even harder to remove and pushes up the gums, exposing the root of the tooth. This makes your pets teeth very sensitive and can cause them significant pain. Bacteria can also travel from your pets mouth to other areas of the body through the bloodstream, causing issues in the heart, liver and kidneys. Signs that your pet is struggling with plaque build-up include bad breath, brown marks around the gums and obvious discomfort your dog or cat may flinch if you touch their gums or they might even bleed.