Administration of ascorbic acid to prevent bleaching-induced tooth sensitivity: a randomized triple-blind clinical trial.

@article{Paula2014AdministrationOA,
  title={Administration of ascorbic acid to prevent bleaching-induced tooth sensitivity: a randomized triple-blind clinical trial.},
  author={Eloisa Andrade de Paula and Stella Kossatz and Daniel Fernandes and Alessandro Dourado Logu{\'e}rcio and Alessandra Viana Reis},
  journal={Operative dentistry},
  year={2014},
  volume={39 2},
  pages={128-35}
}
This study evaluated the effect of ascorbic acid, 500 mg every eight hours, on bleaching-induced tooth sensitivity. A triple-blind, parallel design, and placebo-controlled randomized clinical trial was conducted on 39 adults. The pills (placebo or ascorbic acid) were administered three times per day for 48 hours; the first dose was given one hour prior to each bleaching session. Two bleaching sessions with 35% hydrogen peroxide gel were performed with a one-week interval. Tooth sensitivity was… CONTINUE READING
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