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Dentin deflation for recurrent dental discoloration in anterior tooth


Journal of Dental Health, Oral Disorders & Therapy
Giulliane Vergete De Menezes,1 Rafael Pessoa De Lucena,1 Altamir Oliveira De Figueiredo Filho,1 Jessica Silva Peixoto Bem,1 Carina Sinclér Delfino,2 Fábio Barbosa De Souza3

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Abstract

It was described the clinical steps to perform the aesthetic rehabilitation treatment in the anterior region using the dentin deflation technique, associated with tooth whitening and ceramic laminate to solve chromatic alterations in endodontically treated teeth. Patient with chromatic alterations in endodontically treated upper central incisors. For tooth 11, whose enamel was intact, the following was performed: external whitening; palatal access; removal of discolored dentin; intra-root retainer insertion and composite resin restoration. In tooth 21, which had unsatisfactory resin veneer, the following was performed: preparation; precision molding; application of ceramic laminate and cementation. The dentin deflation technique, associated with tooth whitening and ceramic laminate application showed aesthetic excellence, proving to be viable options for cases of difficult-to-resolve dental discoloration.

Keywords

tooth discoloration, dentin removal, dental restoration permanent, tooth bleaching, dental veneers, maturation, fluorosis, jaundice, congenital erythropoietic porphyria

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