Dentisept toothpaste for dogs and cats

  • Dentisept toothpaste for dogs and cats

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Weight:20 gram tube with applicator

Price: € 17.55
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Dentisept helps against plaque in dogs and cats. Dentisept can also aid in recovery from gingivitis and skin fold dermatitis. It supports the healing of small wounds in the mouth area and promotes the reduction of swelling.

Dentisept Adhesive Dental Paste for Dogs and Cats 20g

Dentisept contains chlorhexidine which has well established disinfectant, anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-fungal properties used to support dogs and cats recovering from Gingivitis, Skin Fold Dermatitis, Stomatitis, Periodontitis, Plaque and Tartar.

Chlorhexidine is a well established disinfectant, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal ingredient.  It has proved reliable to maintain a normal plaque-free environment in the mouth and is a supportive product in animals recovering from gingivitis and skin fold dermatitis. It is especially effective in the mouth and, unlike other actives, chlorhexidine is bound to proteins and enamel and is released slowly over a period of 24 hours giving a “depot” effect.

Dentisept is specially formulated in a palatable paste for ease of application and acceptance and adheres to the mucous membrane in the mouth as well as the teeth.  By maintaining a normal environment in the mouth the formation of damaging properties like tartar and plaque can be slowed or even avoided by regular application of dentisept.



For application directly into the oral cavity it is recommended to attach the enclosed applicator to the tube. This will allow easier access to the rear gums. Externally, the paste should be carefully spread on the affected area using a clean finger. In the mouth the paste is distributed by the animals’ tongue.

Dentisept can be applied daily or weekly depending on the condition.

For best results when being applied to the mouth dentisept should be used after feeding.

Dentisept Adhesive Dental Paste is extremely well tolerated. In very few cases, cats can react with increased salivation.

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