None of the foods or tooth treatments will get rid of existing tartar. They are excellent at preventing tartar from forming in the first place. The only way to get rid of existing tartar is a scale and polish under general anaesthetic.
One of our cats had problems with tartar. If untreated it causes gingivitis and then the poor cat can't eat. He used to go to the vet once a year for a GA and teeth scrape. It is the better option believe me.
I have a 6 year old rescue cat who has tartar and red gums on her back teeth. I've been trying Plaque Off but no noticeable improvement after 2 months. We have been using the TD Diet as 1/3 of her food intake and I'm not convinced this is going to help tbh
Are these treatments a big waste of money or has anyone had sucess with them? I've been told my kitty will need an anesthetic and a scrape if her teeth don't improve