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Koite Health goes global to address the billion-dollar market

Antibiotic resistance and bacteria caused diseases are a major threat to modern medicine and contribute to high health care costs and deaths. Koite Health – a SPARK alumni and


Technical mouthwash helps prevent oral diseases

Light-activated technical mouthwash combats pathogenic dental bacteria and prevents dental diseases without


Put your money where the mouth is

Straight from the horse’s mouth: oral hygiene is crucial from the perspective of your overall health. As poor oral health leaves you susceptible to


Lumoral has been approved by the Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration

The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) at Australia’ Department of Health is Australia’s regulatory authority. It assesses the performance, safety, quality and


Koite Health receives ISO 13485 certification

Koite Health receives ISO 13485 certification for its antibacterial medical devices for the prevention and treatment of oral diseases and


Research shows the sustained antibacterial effect of Dual Light PDT on biofilm.

Koite Health researchers have studied the efficacy and sustainability of the antibacterial effect of daily administered dual light on Streptococcus


Yle News: Koite Health innovation might improve oral care for people with diabetes

The Finnish public service media company, Yle News, features Koite Health’s Dual light innovation as an example of recent top


Aalto University News: New high-tech mouthwash uses light to kill bacteria on teeth

The new method developed by Finnish researchers is based on dual-light photodynamic therapy. The method doesn’t interfere with friendly bacteria


CE-mark is registered for Lumorinse®, the antibacterial mouth rinse

We are delighted to announce, that Koite Health Oy has now registered a CE mark for Lumorinse® in the EU


Lumoral® user testing

KOITE® took a fast start in the year 2020 as we are proud to announce that first units of Lumoral® have


CE-mark registered for Lumoral®

We are delighted to announce, that Koite Health Oy has now registered a CE mark for Lumorinse® in the EU


Lumoral is based on the innovation of two antibacterial methods combined in one. Their simultaneous use of photodynamic therapy and antibacterial blue light has been reported in numerous media internationally.Aalto University

Aalto University, News

The new method kills harmful bacteria on dental plaque - beneficial especially for cancer patients and people with diabetes.


Bay Leaf News

Finnish Medical Journal
The Finnish Medical Journal Lääkärilehti is a general medical journal and the leading journal aimed at medical doctors in Finland.

Harmful bacteria die from the teeth using a new method

Finnish researchers have developed a method, based on dual light therapy. It does not disturb the normal oral bacterial flora. The bacteria do not develop resistance against the treatment.

Dental Tribute

Dental Tribune

Dental Tribune is the largest global dental newspaper based in Leipzig, Germany. Dental Tribune International publishing group is composed of the world’s leading dental trade publishers.

Dual-light photodynamic therapy helps kill oral bacteria

ESPOO, Finland: Regular toothbrushing helps maintain good oral health, but does not completely prevent the occurrence of oral disease. To help kill Streptococcus mutans bacteria and the harmful oral bacteria that cause gingivitis, researchers from Koite Health in Finland are launching a method intended for home use. The method involves using antibacterial photodynamic therapy and antibacterial blue light to reduce the markers indicating early gingivitis and plaque formation.

New Atlas

New Atlas

The New Atlas, former Gizmag is a Canadian online magazine, championing forward-thinking innovation, technology, science, transportation, architecture and design. 4M unique monthly visitors.

Light-activated mouthwash kills cavity-causing bacteria

  Evening paper


Iltalehti is 2rd largest Finnish tabloid newspaper and one of the most visited sites in FInland.

No more cavities? Finnish innovation kills 99.9 percent of bacteria that cause dental cavities and gingivitis 13.02.2020

Finnish innovation promises to destroy harmful bacteria on the tooth surface in 10 minutes - we tested: this is how it works 08.07.2020






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