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  • Conversation: The Forsyth Institute & Photomedics Inc. announce intraoral antibacterial light device

    • February 21, 2018 12:35 PM GMT
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      The Forsyth Institute & Photomedics Inc. announce intraoral antibacterial light device

      Cambridge, Massachusetts - Feb. 20, 2018 - Photomedics, an oral health technology company, with a corporate headquarters based out of The Forsyth Institute, a pioneer in oral health research, has developed and designed a functional, proprietary intraoral light device with proven ability to reduce the number of potentially pathogenic bacteria in the mouth that can cause gum disease, bad breath and are linked to cardiovascular disease, stroke, premature birth and low birth weight.
      Conventional, antibacterial oral care treatments such as mouthwashes, disrupt the oral ecology of the mouth by indiscriminately killing all bacteria. However, the patented Photomedics BlueLight technology, floods the mouth with light of the appropriate wavelength and intensity, targeting and killing only the harmful, disease-causing bacteria. This allows the helpful bacteria to thrive and rebalances the oral microbiome. The lightweight and ergonomically designed BlueLight is activated by an intuitive bite switch with recommended use twice per day for only two minutes. The novel BlueLight device has the remarkable capability of simultaneously enhancing personal esthetics while reducing disease causing bacteria.
      Read more: https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2018-02/fi-tfi022018.php

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