Logic Oral Hygiene Gel
Logic Oral Hygiene Gel
Now includes finger brush in each pack
- Logic Dental Hygiene
Logic medicated dental hygiene gel helps prevent the formation of dental plaque and fights bad breath. Based on a multi-enzyme patented system, Logic Oral Hygiene Gel supplements the animal’s own defence mechanism to help fight harmful bacteria in the mouth.
The gel also contains a surfactant which ensures that the active ingredients remain in contact with the teeth and gums and mild abrasives that help break down existing plaque.
Tooth brushing is known to be the single most effective way of removing plaque and ideally Logic Oral Hygiene Gel should be used with regular brushing. However it will still be beneficial if the pet refuses a full dental regime. In this case the gel can be applied to the pet’s paw for the cat to lick off or directly into the mouth as instructed.
Logic Oral Hygiene Gel is suitable for cats and dogs of all ages and the ideal time for pet owners to start using it is after the teeth have been checked, descaled and polished by their vet.
Pack contains: one 70g tube of Logic® Oral Hygiene Gel.
A dental hygiene product in the form of an highly palatable oral hygiene gel (for dogs and cats) and chews (for dogs)
Logic oral hygiene gel works by containing multiple enzymes to help boost and complement this natural enzyme system
Logic® orozyme chew are based on the same multi-enzyme complex as Logic oral hygiene gel. This complex is stimulated by the chewing action.
Both presentations have a pleasant malt taste to help ensure
Enzyme complex: amylase, glucoamylase, glucose oxidase, potassium thiocyanate, lactoferrine, lactoperoxidase, lysozyme, superoxide dismutase
Both the gel and chews contains a multienzyme complex which supplements and improves the animals own natural salivary system. This patented enzyme formula attacks bacteria in the mouth and helps removes plaque
Mode of Action
Normal saliva is antibacterial due to the lactoperoxidase system. This contains salivary peroxidise (lactoperoxidase), thiocyanate (SCN-) and hydrogen peroxide (H2O2). These react together to form hypothiocyate, a powerful oxidising ion which has an inhibitory effect against oral bacteria, including common species such as Lactobacillus, Streptococcus and Actinomyces. This reduces bacterial count and subsequently inhibits the formation of dental plaque and tartar.
The actions of the various ingredients are summarised below:
- Amylase – not present in saliva, acts on starch to produce glucose
Tooth brushing is known to be the single most effective way of removing plaque and ideally Logic Oral Hygiene Gel should be used with regular brushing.
However it will still be beneficial if the pet refuses a full dental regime. In this case the gel can be applied to the pet’s paw for the cat to lick off or directly into the mouth as instructed.