Effectiveness of 6% hydrogen peroxide concentration for tooth bleaching—A double-blind, randomized clinical trial.

@article{Martn2015EffectivenessO6,
  title={Effectiveness of 6% hydrogen peroxide concentration for tooth bleaching—A double-blind, randomized clinical trial.},
  author={Javier Mart{\'i}n and Patricio G Vildosola and Cristian Bersezio and Andrea Herrera and Jana{\'i}na Freitas Bortolatto and Jos{\'e} Roberto Cury Saad and Osmir Batista Oliveira and Eduardo Fern{\'a}ndez},
  journal={Journal of dentistry},
  year={2015},
  volume={43 8},
  pages={965-72}
}
OBJECTIVE The aim of this clinical randomized double-blind split-mouth study was to assess the effectiveness of a 6% hydrogen peroxide with nitrogen-doped titanium dioxide light activated bleaching agent. METHOD 31 patients were treated with: one upper hemiarcade with a 35% hydrogen peroxide bleaching agent and the other hemiarcade with a 6% hydrogen peroxide. Two applications were completed each treatment session and three sessions were appointed, with one week interval between them. Tooth… CONTINUE READING

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