Abstract

Qualitative and Comparative Clinical Evaluation of the Immediate Effect of Two Bleaching Materials in the Office-Case Technique

Introduction: Dental dimming, especially in anterior teeth, greatly undermines the individual's confidence. Although the whitening result can’t be predicted as to the success rate, as far as the appearance of the teeth is concerned, can reach 92%. Objective: The present work had as objective to demonstrate a clinical research where it was visibly compared the whitening effect between two office bleaching agents on vital teeth, being the 35% hydrogen peroxide and 37% carbamide peroxide, applied with hemiarcade division. A review of the literature on the evolution and consequent importance of the improvement whitening techniques. Methods: Two patients treated at the dentistry clinic of Unorp, where the office bleaching carried out with the agents based on hydrogen peroxide 35% and carbamide peroxide 37% applied with the same technique. For this, the patients' dental arches divided in half with the placement of a polyester strip between the proximals of the central incisors for dividing the hemiarcs to start the bleaching technique. The right and left quadrants then received the corresponding whitening gel. Conclusion: There was no visual difference between the bleaching gels employed, thus, both materials have good clinical results.


Author(s):

Barbosa Bruna Paula Nunes Pimenta, Furlan Isabela Fernanda, Patricia Garani Fernandes, Daniel Nunes Spezamiglio Nunes, Vanda Miyazaki Leandro Moreira Tempst and Taylane Soffener Berlanga



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