Tartar Control - Optimal

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  • Our MOST RECOMMENDED kit to better support overall teeth health. This optimal kit lives up to its name as it offers full-spectrum coverage to promote healthy teeth and help dissolve tartar build up!

    - Helps keep the teeth clean
    - Maintains a healthy periodontium
    - Helps promote anchored and healthy teeth
    - Promotes healthy tooth enamel

    Optimal Homeopathic and Natural Kit to help keep your pet's teeth clean
    This kit consists of our TARTAR CONTROL, TONICPET #1, TONICPET #2, TONICPET #4 and TONICPET #12 products.

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What is the 'Optimal Homeopathic and Natural Kit to help keep your pet's teeth clean'?
This kit is THE MOST COMPLETE kit to support periodontal health. Here's why:

- The TARTAR CONTROL natural product works towards better oral health by controlling a buildup of tartar and fighting against existing calculus and bad breath. In addition, it targets tooth decay, tooth root, abscess, enamel defect, bad breath smell caused from a pus buildup and so much more!!
- The TONICPET #1 natural product supports the bones and the teeth themselves. This helps promote anchored and healthy teeth.
- The TONICPET #2 natural product supports healthy bones and tissues in the mouth.
- The TONICPET #4 natural product promotes the circulation of oxygen in all parts of the body for added oral comfort and health.
- The TONICPET #12 natural product helps maintain the quality of tooth enamel.

Who is this kit suitable for?
- All animals needing more support for periodontal health, for overall dental health.
- This natural product can be used for dogs and cats.

What is tartar?
Tartar is plaque (a thin film containing bacteria that regularly forms on the teeth) that has hardened on the teeth. Tartar build-up can cause gum diseases and bad breath. Untreated, tartar build-up can lead to infections that will be harmful not only to teeth and gums, but also to the overall health of the animal.

What are the symptoms of tartar?
- Accumulation of yellow and/or brown deposits on the teeth near the gums;
- Bad breath.

What are the possible causes of tartar?
Poor dental hygiene.