Desensitising agents use during tooth bleaching

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Ten studies involving a total of 394 patients were included in this review of desensitising agents during tooth bleaching. While the results suggest a reduction in sensitivity variation in the concentration of the agents used, the quality of the included studies means the results should be interpreted with caution.

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Trial suggests greater patient satisfaction with microabrasion and at-home bleaching protocol for fluorosis


Dental fluorosis is characterised by bilateral, diffuse, thin and horizontal white striations and stained plaque areas, with pitting and discolouration of the enamel in more severe case.  It is caused by excess fluoride ingestion during tooth development and can have an impact on quality of life.   The aim of this study was to evaluate the [read the full story…]