1 mile east of Indian Rocks Beach
14219 Walsingham Rd • Largo
Same Plaza as Hungry Howie’s Pizza

(727) 581-2275

Dental Treatment

Why spend $200-$300 or more for
teeth cleaning at the Vet's office?
  
PlaqClnz treatment is only $35,
and requires no risky anesthetic.


  • PlaqClnz is an amazing product that will freshen your dog's breath in just 30 seconds!
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  • PlaqClnz is the easy, brush-free solution to keep your pet's
    breath fresh, teeth clean and gums healthy.
     
  • PlaqClnz is an anesthesia-free alternative to expensive,
    ​painful, and sometimes risky pet dental cleaning.

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“At any one time, 80% of all dogs and 70% of all cats show signs of dental and oral health diseases. Regular dental care can add as much as five years to a pet’s life.” 
    
                                                                         — American Veterinary Dental Society 

    PlaqClnz Dental Treatment is a must have for the improvement of your dog's oral health and the long-term preventative maintenance of healthy teeth and gums.

    The PlaqClnz formula grew out of university-based research regarding human oral health using zinc compounds to combat the causes of bad breath and other oral health problems and to provide prevention of these conditions. Good enough for you ~ Good enough for your Best Friend!

    PlaqClnz goes to the bacterial source and eliminates the plaque and tartar that cause bad breath and unlike other oral formulations for pets, the unique zinc formula in PlaqClnz kills bacteria, often the cause of pet bad breath, and helps heal gum tissue.

    PlaqClnz is a unique product that uses the latest technology along with natural ingredients to improve your dog's oral health... Unlike other pet oral health formulas, only PlaqClnz products contain zinc, clinically proven effective for preventive pet oral health care, including plaque and tartar buildup.

    PlaqClnz for your pets is the ideal answer to keep their teeth free from plaque build up & their breath smelling fresh as a daisy. Compare the cost of teeth cleaning at your veterinarian, and the risks associated with anesthesia, especially with an older pet. PlaqClnz has provided some remarkable results at a fraction of the cost.


For our scientific shoppers, here's how PlaqClnz works:
    
University-based research shows pet bad breath and gingivitis can generally be improved by using technically advanced oral care products that contain zinc - a metal ion chelated with an amino acid. Zinc inhibits odor formation because of the ion's affinity for sulfur. The zinc complexes with hydrogen sulfide to form an insoluble zinc sulfide. Sulfamino acid potentiates the zinc to break down and kill bacteria that creates mouth odors. It does this by rupturing the bacteria's cell membrane. Zinc also helps heal the gum tissues, revitalizing the lost collagen component in them.
   
Other natural ingredients include: deionized water, carboxymethylcellulose, Zinc Gluconate, and Taurine (an amino acid).

 
If your dog shows the signs of advanced gum disease...red, swollen or bleeding gums, gum erosion or has a putrid smell emitting from his mouth, your dog should see a veterinarian immediately. Periodontal disease is a serious health hazard and left unchecked will shorten your pet's life.


A Healthy Dog's Mouth

  • Clean, white teeth
  • Breath with a mild aroma
  • Smooth, coral pink gum tissue
  • Gum tissue that appears firm, even and fully encircles the teeth

Benefits of a healthy mouth

  • Helps dog retain teeth
  • Allows dog to chew food without discomfort
  • Safeguards dog from additional health risks

Dog Bad Breath or Halitosis Is Bacteria Build-up


People often assume their dog’s bad breath (also known as halitosis) is just something they have to live with. What they don’t know is that a dog's bad breath is actually a sign of bacteria from plaque, tartar, or unhealthy oral tissues in the dog’s mouth. It’s widely considered one of the first signs of gingivitis and periodontal gum disease.

Gingivitis


Gingivitis (inflamed gums) is the first stage of periodontal disease. However, the effects of gingivitis are reversible with correct, consistent treatment.

   
    Gingivitis may be present in the dog’s mouth if you notice:

  • Bad breath
  • Yellowing of the teeth
  • Pain and discomfort

Risk of Secondary, Serious Health Issues
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    Risks of untreated gingivitis:
   
  • Potentially permanent separation of gum tissue from teeth
  • Pain and discomfort
  • Risk of secondary, serious health issues


Periodontal Disease


Advanced periodontal disease is the primary cause of premature tooth loss in pets. Please seek immediate veterinary care for their pets if you notice any combination of the following:


  • Extremely bad breath
  • Red, swollen, sore gum tissue
  • Inability or unwillingness to chew food
  • Loose, severely yellowed teeth
  • Softened gum tissue that separates from the neck of the teeth

Risks of Periodontal Disease

  • Tooth loss
  • Malnutrition due to inability to eat properly
  • Increased risk of other health problems caused by oral bacteria entering the bloodstream
  • Decreased life expectancy


Unlike other pet oral health formulas, only PlaqClnz products contain Zinc and an amino acid complex, clinically proven effective to prevent plaque and tartar build-up in pets’ mouths. PlaqClnz is alchohol-free and will not further irritate the pets mouth.

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