Microabrasion and dental bleaching for the treatment of dental fluorosis

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Edition V15N01 | Year 2018 | Editorial Caso Clínico | Pages 95 to 103

Sávio Roberto Virgilio de Carvalho, Fabio Expedito de Oliveira Nunes, Carlos Eduardo Oliveira Soares, Larissa Sgarbosa de Araújo Matuda, Diala Aretha de Sousa Feitosa

Introduction: The search for dental cosmetic procedures associated with the incidence of changes in enamel surface contributed to the emergence and associations of minimally invasive techniques in order to solve these cases. Case report: Presents a conservative approach to reverse aesthetic alterations caused by enamel staining, in which it was decided to associate the microabrasion with a paste of pumice stone and 37% phosphoric acid gel, with in-office bleaching with 35% hydrogen peroxide (Whiteness HP Maxx, FGM). Results: It was observed a successful combination of the mentioned techniques to restore the smile esthetics. Conclusion: Since well planned, according to the etiology, intensity of discoloration and depth of the lesion, the application of microabrasion and dental bleaching is a viable option in the treatment of enamel stains.

Tooth bleaching, Dental enamel, Enamel microabrasion,

Carvalho SRV, Nunes FEO, Soares CEO, Matuda LSA, Feitosa DAS. Microabrasion and dental bleaching for the treatment of dental fluorosis. J Clin Dent Res. 2018 Jan-Mar;15(1):95-103. DOI: https://doi.org/10.14436/2447-911x.15.1.095-103.oar

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