REMARKABLY EFFECTIVE IN REDUCING PLAQUE AND CALCULUS

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  • OraVet Dental Hygiene Chews significantly reduced average mouth plaque and calculus scores compared with dogs receiving a dry diet alone at Day 28 (P<0.01).6

EXCEPTIONAL HALITOSIS CONTROL

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  • When given daily, OraVet Dental Hygiene Chews reduced halitosis in dogs by an average of 59% compared with dogs receiving a dry diet alone at Day 28 (P<0.01).6

In a clinical study, dogs underwent a dental scaling and polishing 7 days prior to the start of the study. On Day 0, plaque, calculus, and halitosis were evaluated, after which each dog underwent another dental cleaning and polishing. Dogs were stratified by their baseline plaque scores into groups to receive: 1) Dry diet alone 2) Dry diet and a delmopinol-coated chew. Outcome measures were evaluated at Days 28 and 56.6

References: 1. American Veterinary Dental College. Periodontal disease. http://www.avdc.org/periodontaldisease.html. Accessed May 10, 2015. 2. Vassilakos N, Arnebrant T, Rundegren J. In vitro interactions of delmopinol hydrochloride with salivary films adsorbed at solid/liquid interfaces. Caries Res. 1993;27(3):176-182. 3. Steinberg D, Beeman D, Bowen WH. The effect of delmopinol on glucosyltransferase adsorbed on to saliva-coated hydroxyapatite. Arch Oral Biol. 1992;37(1):33-38. 4. Rundegren J, Arnebrant T. Effect of delmopinol on the viscosity of extracellular glucans produced by streptococcus mutans. Caries Res. 1992;26:281-285. 5. Rawlings M, Culham N. Halitosis in dogs and the effect of periodontal therapy. Journal of Nutrition. 128:2715(S)-2716(S), 1998. 6. Merial Data on File MERDENC00112. 7. Merial Data on File VSAUSA729002. 8. Merial Data on file (Dissolvability Report 2016).