Friday, September 07, 2007

Clinical case, Internal bleaching with Opalescence Endo 35%

Here is a clinical case of mine of an internal bleaching of a central incisor 21, using as bleaching agent Opalescence Endo 35%, which active principal is hydrogen peroxide.

The central incisor was really dark, with brown to gray pigmentations and it went from a C3 VITA color to an A1 VITA color in just two weeks time.

This whitening system proved to be very efficient in this case, although it requires RX control every 6 months to prevent external cervical root reabsortion.

Here are the before and after pictures of this case.