Bleaching of the Discolored Traumatized Tooth -

This chapter in “Textbook and Color Atlas of Traumatic Injuries to the teeth” focuses on the treatment of discolored traumatized teeth, most of them being nonā€vital and subsequently, endodontically treated. Tooth bleaching based upon hydrogen peroxide as the active agent, applied directly or produced in a chemical reaction from sodium perborate or carbamide peroxide, must […]

Norwegian broadcaster stops testing of home tooth bleaching kits -

Norwegian broadcaster stops testing of home tooth bleaching kits after NIOM safety tests reveal illegally high amounts of hydrogen peroxide.

Patient satisfaction and complications of over-the-counter bleaching products -

To compare two home-based over-the-counter (OTC) bleaching tray products with similar hydrogen peroxide (HP) concentrations with respect to tooth lightening efficacy and potential to induce negative side effects in tobacco- and non-tobacco users as well as degree of satisfaction with product handling. The HP concentrations were near the regulation limit for bleaching products of 6% set by the European Union in 2011.

Tooth bleaching -

Tooth bleaching requires a proper diagnosis, and must be regarded as an alternative to dental procedures like laminates and full crown therapy. It is not recommended perform cosmetic adjustment of the tooth color to solely to comply with the demand of the patient.