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|Title:||Bleaching of severely darkened nonvital tooth case report—48 months clinical control|
|Author:||Machado, Alana C.|
Braga, Sheila R. M.
Jacintho, Felipe F.
Sobral, Maria Angela P.
|Abstract:||To record in detail, the long-term success of a bleaching treatment employing hydrogen peroxide in a severely darkened tooth. Tooth discoloration is an important aesthetic complain of patients. Because it is a relatively common condition, different materials and techniques capable of restoring the tooth color in a minimally invasive, conservative, and longstanding manner were developed. In this case, it was used the association between mediate (walking bleach) and immediate (internal/external) bleaching techniques using hydrogen peroxide as the main agent.The association of techniques was a conservative therapeutic solution to restore the natural color of the right upper central incisor, which was darkened after an endodontic treatment performed more than twenty years ago. The bleaching protocol used presented no risk to the patient, such as cervical resorption and the color was stable over a 48 months period, showing the success of the protocol proposed for this case|
|Subject:||Dentes - Clareamento|
|Appears in Collections:||FCM - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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