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Flavoured Drink Reduces Dental Plaque Through Consumption

April 19, 2018
by qii, PR Newswire

DoseBiome has announced their new findings that qii, the world’s first functional drink for oral health, can reduce up to 52% of dental plaque with each serving. This news coincides with the addition of three new fruit flavors to their lineup – White Peach, Pomegranate and Lychee Tea.

A resident within Johnson & Johnson Innovation, JLABS @ Toronto, the team at DoseBiome has spent the past few years researching the bacteria and plaque that cause cavities, gingivitis and bad breath. “The oral microbiome is an emerging area of research centered around the relationship between beneficial and harmful bacteria. Our team is comprised of PhDs from the fields of microbiology, food science and dentistry who are dedicated to finding innovative ways to improve oral health,” says founder Ted Jin. “In understanding harmful bacteria and how they form plaque, we have effectively found ways to reduce both, leading to the development of qii.”

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