The Swedish Society of Periodontology and Implantology set to host “Midvinterskurs” -event for dentistry professionals
The Swedish Society of Periodontology and Implantology is preparing to host its annual meeting for members coinciding with a two-day seminar event on 19. – 20.1.2023 in Gothenburg, Sweden. At the event, Finnish health tech company Koite Health Oy will also be present to demonstrate its Lumoral innovation that has already revolutionized Finland’s preventive dental care market.
At the event, current topics related to periodontology and implantology will be discussed to bring new insight to dentistry professionals in both specialist fields as well as to general dentists and dental hygienists.
On the second day of the event, the Head of the Division of Reconstructive Dentistry at the Osteology Foundation in Zurich, Switzerland, Daniel Thoma, will hold a presentation: “Why ridge preservation simplifies implant therapy and reduces patient morbidity.” Meanwhile, Professor and Doctor in dental surgical medicine, Sofia Aroca, is scheduled to hold her presentation “State of the art in soft tissue management around teeth.”
The Swedish association is member of the European Federation of Periodontology (EFP) – a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting awareness of periodontal science and the importance of gum health for oral-health professionals and the public. The EFP is a federation of 37 national periodontal societies representing more than 16,000 periodontists, dentists, researchers, and oral-health professionals in Europe and around the world.
Koite Health is a Finnish health tech company whose expert team consists of experienced doctors and technology experts. Founders Sakari Nikinmaa and Tommi Pätilä founded the company in September 2018 with the help of the Biodesign project and the commercialization project funded by Business Finland and Aalto University.
Lumoral, developed by the company, is a teeth cleaning device based on dual light therapy that is used in addition to regular tooth brushing. The device is suitable for everyone, but especially beneficial for those with cavities or gingivitis. Lumoral has been scientifically developed, and its antibacterial effect is well established. Lumoral is a class II medical and CE approved device.