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Daily administered Dual-light photodynamic therapy provides a sustained antibacterial effect in biofilm and prevents Streptococcus mutans adaptation

Dual-light antibacterial photodynamic therapy is more efficient than chlorhexidine in Streptococcus mutans biofilm and their simultaneous use exhibit additive antibacterial effect

The effects of indocyanine green-mediated photodynamic therapy on the development of plaque, plaque bacteriological ecology, and early periodontitis markers – randomised study

Finnish Dental Congress and Exhibition 2019

Lumoral® method was launched at Finnish Dental Congress and Exhibition and dental professionals had change to meet and feel the…

Lumoral launch

First KOITE® technology application for oral care is launched under Lumoral® and Lumorinse® brand. Check out Lumoral® in English at…

ISO 9001 certified

We are happy to announce that Koite Health Oy is ISO 9001 certified! Successful ISO 9001 audit is a major…

Alzheimer’s Disease Linked to Unsuccessful Oral Care

Can successful oral care prevent Alzheimer’s disease? After all the evidence showing how oral health impacts one’s overall well-being, it…

At 24th Annual Meeting for Scandinavian Congenital Heart Surgeons on 8-9th March 2019

We spent an amazing two days at the historical Bernstorff Castle in Copenhagen, comparing and sharing our 2018 results in…

IDS Cologne 2019

Koite Health Oy will be attending IDS Cologne to look for future partners and potential customers. We will be in…

What is Photodynamic therapy?

Photodynamic therapy (PDT) was discovered by accident in 1900 by a medical student, Oscar Raab, in Munich. He was studying…