The Avers-Dez device is intended for daily use for the purpose of disinfecting a toothbrush and prophylactic kit of respiratory viral diseases, as well as periodontal and caries.
This device will help a person to carry out hygiene procedures of the oral cavity without fear of skidding of tagged organisms, which can cause him a disease.
The complete death of all types of pathogenic microflora of the human oral cavity, with the simultaneous exposure to blue and ultraviolet light spectra, occurs after 180 seconds.
At the International Exhibition of Inventions in Paris, which was held from May 1-15, 2014. The device won first place and was awarded the “gold” and “crystal” medals and recognized as the best invention of the exhibition
The fact that the mouth cavity may be a source of infection to all the human organism was known as far back as ancient times. Mouth cavity diseases (stomatopathies) are very frequent; they take place in 80% children and almost in all of adult people.
Pathologic processes are most frequently of inflammatory nature. The mucous membrane of mouth is the important barrier of the human organism. It is linked closely with many internal organs and systems. Stomatopathies may arise in various causes.
Such causes include traumas, deficiency of vitamins and microelements, general reduction in immunity, allergenic reactions, infections, dental tartar, and bad hygienic condition of mouth cavity.
As the mouth cavity mucous membrane is involved frequently in various pathological processes running in the human body, study of its condition enables to get important information.
Changes in mouth cavity parietes may arise during the disease and long before its first signs occur manifesting the disorders in the body organs and systems
In April 2014, jointly conducted studies of NPK "Avers" and the Chair of microbiology, virology and immunology of the Novosibirsk State Medical University for the assessment of simultaneous effect of ultraviolet and blue light with various expositions on strains of Staphylococcus aureus (cessation of growth, reduction in virulence, destruction of microbes) and also P. gingivalis, P. intermedia, P. nigrescens and P. melaninogenica were completed. As a result of these studies the following findings were obtained
a. Suppression of growth of Staphylococcus aureus colonies on egg-yolk agar with salt (as compared with control) under the effect of blue and ultraviolet spectra of light depending on exposition time was found. At the exposition time of 60 sec the suppression was 68% (146 and 60.6 CFU, respectively) and virulence was absent completely. At the exposition time of 120 sec the suppression was 82% (146 and 26.2 CFU, respectively).
b. Suppression of growing the colonies of four species of bacterial strains (P. gingivalis, P. intermedia, P. nigrescens and P. melaninogenica) on egg-yolk agar with salt (as compared with control) under the effect of blue and ultraviolet spectra of light depending on exposition time was found. At the exposition time of 60 sec the suppression was 78% (128 and 32 CFU, respectively). At the exposition time of 120 sec, complete destruction occurred.
c. Complete destruction of pathogenic microorganisms in the human mouth cavity as a result of blue and ultraviolet light spectra effect was observed at the exposition time of 180 sec.