2017
DOI: 10.1590/1678-7757-2016-0463 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Tooth whitening represents perhaps the most common aesthetic procedure in dentistry worldwide. The efficacy of bleaching depends on three aspects: bleaching agent, bleaching method, and tooth color.Objective:This in vivo study aimed to examine whitening effects on frontal teeth of the upper and lower jaws using an over-the-counter (OTC) non-hydrogen peroxide bleaching agent in comparison to a placebo after one single use.Material and methods:Forty subjects (25 female; 15 male) participated in this double-blind… Show more

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“…Hydrogen peroxide (H 2 O 2 ) is the active ingredient that is commonly used in most tooth-bleaching products. [ 4 16 ] H 2 O 2 usually causes undesirable effects in the oral cavity such as mucosal irritation, teeth sensitivity, microcracks on enamel, root resorption, and pulpitis. [ 17 ] People need to understand these adverse effects well in advance to prepare themselves, thus minimizing the complaints about treatments done by dentists.…”
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“…Hydrogen peroxide (H 2 O 2 ) is the active ingredient that is commonly used in most tooth-bleaching products. [ 4 16 ] H 2 O 2 usually causes undesirable effects in the oral cavity such as mucosal irritation, teeth sensitivity, microcracks on enamel, root resorption, and pulpitis. [ 17 ] People need to understand these adverse effects well in advance to prepare themselves, thus minimizing the complaints about treatments done by dentists.…”
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“…Prije nego što se počne s izbjeljivanjem potrebno je pacijentu ukloniti sve meke (plak ili biofilm) i tvrde naslage (kamenac) jer u protivnom izbjeljivanjem nećemo postići željeni učinak 11 . Naime, zubni kamenac je krem-bijela, tamnožuta ili smećkasta nakupina koja nastaje mineralizacijom bakterijskog plaka, tj.…”
Section: Pretpriprema Za Izbjeljivanje -Uklanjanje Mekih I Tvrdih Nasunclassified
“…Mnogi pacijenti su već zadovoljni bojom svojih zuba nakon temeljitog čišćenja u ordinaciji, čime se osim plaka i zubnog kamenca uklanja i većina egzogenih diskoloracija, a ostali se odlučuju za izbjeljivanje. U svakom slučaju, profesionalno čišćenje je pretpriprema odnosno prvi korak k izbjeljivanju 11,13 U ordinaciji dentalne medicine uklanjanje mekih zubnih naslaga provodi se četkicama, gumicama i abrazivnim pastama, dok je pjeskarenje pokazalo izvrsne rezultate u uklanjanju plaka na teško dostupnim mjestima te uklanjanju supragingivnih pigmentacija egzogenog podrijetla. Pjeskarenje uključuje izbacivanje mlaza čestica bikarbonata ili eritritola i vode pod tlakom na površinu zuba.…”
Section: Pretpriprema Za Izbjeljivanje -Uklanjanje Mekih I Tvrdih Nasunclassified
“…Hydrogen peroxide is the most common active ingredient in dental bleaching products, due to its ability to release free radicals [ 5 ]. These free radicals trigger the oxidation and splitting of pigmented organic molecules into smaller molecules.…”
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