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Bleaching Teeth, Current Status - Part 2

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In part 2 of this series, Dr. Ronald Goldstein continues his presentation on an up-to-date look at the role of bleaching in restorative dentistry. In this section Dr. Goldstein covers the current techniques of managing sensitivity during bleaching therapy. In addition, Dr. Goldstein also outlines the clinical methods utilized to evaluate and communicate the relative prognosis for success in treating patients with varied types of shade challenges. Bleaching individual tooth stains is also outlined in detail.

Date Added:
12/22/2008

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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 1:26 PM)

I heard somewhere that dentist could etch the teeth for less than 5 sec between the tow rounds of bleaching.. as i heard it helps absorbing the bleaching material more into enamel prisms... what do you think of this Dr Ronald ?

Ronald Goldstein - (12/8/2010 6:39 PM)

The questions about medication afterwards involve 3 types of compounds: MI Paste (GC) which contains Amorphous Calcium Phosphate; and would be my first line of defense and the paatient applies a small amount twice daily; The second compound would be a toothpaste with nitrites in it like Sensodyne(also Flouride containing). and The third alternative would be a compound like Gluma (Heraeus)which I would apply at chairside.

Marko Blaskovic - (12/8/2010 7:22 AM)

hello!my name is ivona blaskovic.I would like to know the combination of medicine you use in the case of after bleaching sensibility.Cheers!

Viktorija Baranova - (6/18/2010 2:29 PM)

i didnt got what kind of medication do you give for desensitization ? Taylol and what is the second one ? thanks

Ronald Goldstein - (1/19/2009 6:26 PM)

[quote=manoj rajan]Dr.Goldstein,For the patient with the yallow stains in your presentation ,how many sittings of office bleaching did you use to get the final result.Which system do you use

Dr.Manoj[/quote]

Not sure which patient you refer to but a patient with yellow stains with favorable pulp position would be first treated with an in-office bleaching and then given upper and lower bleaching trays to use at home. You can see the supplies we use if you go into my page under Xperts...all my materials are listed there and we do use different bleaching agents for different patients. Let me know if you need further information.

Ronald Goldstein

manoj rajan - (1/3/2009 9:33 AM)

Dr.Goldstein,For the patient with the yallow stains in your presentation ,how many sittings of office bleaching did you use to get the final result.Which system do you use

Dr.Manoj

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