Oral health concerns such as dental plaque accumulation and gingivitis are some of the most common diagnoses made by small animal veterinarians.
Dental plaque and calculus contribute to the evolution of gingivitis and, if left to accumulate and mature, may encourage periodontal disease progression, resulting in damage to the hard and soft tissues of the oral cavity, and the potential for systemic infection that may ultimately affect overall health.
From a pet’s owner perspective, perceived problems may include a wide range of conditions, e.g., halitosis, calculus, tooth loss or dental fractures.
Methods to keep your pet’s teeth clean, such as toothbrushing and diet, along with regular dental examinations, are the best ways to help prevent gum disease.
Dental foods, treats and chews reduce the buildup of dental plaque, tartar and tooth stains in pets
Teeth-brushing is one mechanical technology that has been extensively studied and shown to be effective. However, adherence by pet owners to a regular schedule is often less than optimal and may be particularly difficult with cats, which has prompted the development of specifically formulated dental diets that are easy for pet owners to use.
SUPPLEO TEETH & TARTAR
Complementary feed for dogs and cats. It helps to prevent plaque formation and adhesion to thetooth surface, improving breath and slowing tartardeposition
SUPPLEO TEETH & TARTAR is in the form of highly palatable chewable tablets for both dogs and cats.
- SPIRULINA ALGAE: rich in proteins, amino acids, vitamins, mineralsand antioxidants
- American Cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon) pulp: rich in proanthocyanidins (PAC) helps to reduce oral cavity bacterial adhesion, thus protecting oral health
- Melon juice concentrate, 100% natural, rich in superoxide dismutase (SOD) and catalase , both primary enzymes of the antioxidant defense system.