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ブリーチングティース 現在の展望-Part1

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Part 1 of 4: This lecture covers the current techniques of bleaching, plus the role bleaching plays in all forms of restorative dentistry. The importance of how bleaching can make a difference in esthetic outcome is stressed.

Date Added:
12/2/2008

Author(s):

Ronald Goldstein, DDS Ronald Goldstein, DDS
Dr. Ronald Goldstein is currently Clinical Professor of Oral Rehabilitation at Georgia Regents University College of Dental Medicine in Augusta, Georgia, Adjunct Clinic...
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Questions & Comments
Osama Abdel Qader - (12/8/2013 1:14 PM)

even if it works without light... patient won't believe you without seeing the blue light... the laser :/ as they used to hear..

Ronald Goldstein - (7/21/2009 9:45 PM)

As I have said many times in my lectures, most all bleaching techniques work. Manufacturers have developed newer products especially for in -office procedures that utilize light to help accelerate materials designed for that purpose. I do think a stationary light is easier to use than a hand held light but both work. I still subscribe to an in-office starter and follow up with 4 weeks of at home matrix bleaching for an effective result.

Andy Lewis - (7/7/2009 12:50 PM)

I have also heard/read that the light makes no difference, yet here is a leader in dentistry saying it is "photoinitiated" and "makes the technique work." I don't subscribe to the light. I use the same Ultradent product used in this presentation and have had good results with it. We use our hand-held light, but I'm not convinced of it's efficacy.

Ronald Goldstein - (12/14/2008 12:00 PM)

The word critical is not my thinking...helpful is a better term, but I have always emphasized that all techniques work...just differently and with different amounts of success.

Ronald Goldstein

Scott Anderson - (12/13/2008 6:26 AM)

Christensen and others have emphasized that the light makes no difference yet Dr. Goldstein suggests that the light is critical to catalyze the bleach.

David Snyder - (12/9/2008 6:15 AM)

Did I miss what brand bleach they use at the end? Stay tuned for part 2.

klaudiusz rojek - (12/8/2008 1:00 PM)

too short presentation

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