Plaque off - Anti Tartar
Naturally prevents gum disease,
plaque build-up AND bad breath in pets WITHOUT the hassle of brushing
Safe- Just sprinkle this all-natural powder on food!
If you struggle with your dog
or cat when it comes to brushing their teeth, you are going to love Plaque-OFF.
You just sprinkle it on their wet or dry food and within 2 to 8
weeks, it will begin to soften even the plaque under their gums and get rid
of the tartar build up and gingivitis, too!
No pet dentist visits, either!
It can cost a couple of hundred dollars to have your pet's teeth cleaned at the
veterinarian's so it will save you lots of money and hassle with your
pet. Plus, it's all natural and backed by clinical studies.
What are plaque and calculus and why are they harmful?
Two of the most common (and
very preventable) problems veterinarians see every day are gum disease and
dental decay. Why? Because, just like humans, your pets have plaque build-up on
their teeth that can lead to loads of other problems that weaken your beloved
pet's health and cause tooth loss.
The problems are the brown
build-up that collect at the base of the teeth and often extend downwards into
the gum line. Left unchecked and not cleaned regularly, they can lead to:
- swollen gums
- tooth abscesses and decay
- bacteria can then be
carried into the bloodstream
- that can lead to toxic
build-up in your pet's body and organ damage or serious disease
How are dogs and cats teeth different from humans?
Our pets use their teeth much like we use our hands. They pull things,
move objects and explore their world with their teeth and mouths. Because of
that, toothaches, dental disease and loss of teeth have a very big impact on
Damage to teeth and gums in pets is permanent and irreversible,
just like it is with people. The only difference is that our pets can't get
bridges or dentures. So the best thing you can do is to make sure their teeth
are clean and healthy.
What are the symptoms and signs of gum disease and tooth decay in pets?
Bad Breath: One of the first signs of those problems in pets are
bad breath. When plaque and calculus begin to accumulate, they begin a slow
process of collecting foul smelling bacteria causing the bad breath.
Seen and Unseen Plaque Build-up: Normally,
your pet's teeth are white and shiny all the way down to and below the gum
line. That's why regular check-ups of your pet's teeth is so important.
Deposits of the yellow to light brown substance on your pet's teeth indicates a
health risk in the making. Chewing hard food can sometimes be helpful in
eliminating part of the problem. But there is always a risk that bacteria and
plaque can be building up below the gum line for months before you see any
Swollen, Red Gums: Normally, your pet's gums should be pink and show a
clear deliniation between the teeth and gum line. If you see bright red line
marks or spots between the teeth and the gum line...or if you see the straight,
sharp edge of the gums has become swollen or red, your pet probably has gum
Should I brush my pet's teeth?
That is one solution. If you can do that, it is helpful but not a total
solution. Most veterinarians will tell you to start brushing your pet's teeth
early in life so they get used to it. But what if they fight you about it? What
if they refuse? Or worse yet what if it makes them feel like they want to lash
back out at you by biting and scratching? And furthermore, what if you can't
get the plaque below the gum line?
Our pets are all very sensitive and most will avoid any kind of
confrontation or incidents that can lead to trauma for them or you.
Fortunately, there is an easy, safe and all-natural alternative.
What is PlaqueOff™?
PLAQUEOFF™ is a natural product that counteracts plaque on the
surface of the teeth. A few years ago Swedish dentist Sune Wikner had a
patient whom he regularly treated for tartar. The patient moved, but kept Dr.
Wikner as his dentist. On his first visit after he had moved, Dr. Wikner found
that this patient had no tartar at all.
Dr. Wikner, who has also pursued studies in diet and nutrition,
concluded that there must be something the patient was eating that was
preventing him from getting tartar on his teeth. Eventually, by process of
elimination, he made the discovery that a particular seasoning in the salads
that his patient was eating regularly must be that "something".
After many tests and trials, Dr. Wikner evolved the prescription for
"the cure", and thus was born PLAQUEOFF™. The effects have since been
confirmed in several separate scientific studies.
How does PlaqueOff work?
The active ingredient in PLAQUEOFF™ is a natural vegetable substance
derived from specific strain of maritime algae harvested above Norway and
Iceland in the Polar Circle. When ingested, the ingredients are absorbed into
the bloodstream and then impart to the composition of the saliva an ability
to dissolve tartar and to prevent new layers from gaining a foothold.
It is known that the composition of the saliva can help to get rid of
the bacteria that promote the formation of plaque and tartar. Dental plaque is
made up of a community of microbes that have organized into a tenacious
PlaqueOff works systemically, through the blood stream. It is thought to
disrupt the biofilm, to affect the ability of plaque to 'stick' to surfaces
in the mouth and softens hard calculus deposits.
Clinical studies using scientifically-approved methods of testing and
measuring have proven the effects of PlaqueOff. They have shown that deposits
on the surfaces of the teeth have been decreased by up to 88%, and that
tartar has disappeared completely or has become very porous and easy to remove.
Several studies have shown that results began to become apparent as early as
after four weeks of use, and improve further with continued regular use.
What does it do for your pet?
PlaqueOff™ has been clinically proven to reduce and help prevent
plaque and tartar. It is estimated 85% of dogs and 70% of cats over 3 years
show signs of gum disease, the major cause of tooth loss. Gum disease is caused
by the accumulation of plaque bacteria and is converted to calculus by the
minerals naturally occuring in saliva. If gum disease is left untreated, it can
lead to bad breath, pain, tooth loss and other health problems. By using Proden
PlaqueOff™, owners of dogs and cats can take a simple and effective step
towards the animal's oral health.
What are the ingredients in PlaqueOff™?
Ingredients: Natural plant marine algae D1070, minerals and trace
minerals 22%, fibre 6%, proteins with all amino acids 6%, Omega-3 fatty acids
2%. Free of artificial coloring, preservatives, gluten, salt and sugar.
Storage: Store at room temperature and keep out of the reach
should I give my pet?
dose: Proden PlaqueOff™ should be
added to dry or wet food on a daily basis. Each bottle contains a serving spoon
to measure out the proper amount. (You may also try sprinkling some directly on
your pet's tongue.)
Dosage: Average Supply for 1 Animal
60 gram Bottle
- Small dogs up to 25lbs. & cats 1/2 scoop
- Medium dogs 25-50lbs. 1 scoop (6 months)
- Large and giant dogs
50+lbs. 2 scoops (3 months)
What if my pet is a picky eater?
If your pet is a little
finicky, mix 1 scoop of Plaque Off for Pets with 4 scoops of nutritional yeast
(which is available at most health food stores). Sprinkle the combined mixture
over your pet's dry or wet food. This will encourage them to eat the food with
the mixture of the Plaque Off because it will be more tasty.
Size: 40 gr.