Enamel Microabrasion for Removal of Decalcification, Dysmineralization, and Surface Texture Defects

@inproceedings{Croll2013EnamelMF,
  title={Enamel Microabrasion for Removal of Decalcification, Dysmineralization, and Surface Texture Defects},
  author={Theodore P. Croll and Kevin J. Donly},
  year={2013}
}
Using a combination of hydrochloric acid erosion and mechanical abrasion with powdered silicon carbide, superficial enamel discoloration and texture defects can be eliminated. Enamel microabrasion was developed in the 1980s and, used alone or in combination with dental bleaching, has proven to be a conservative method of improving tooth appearance. This article offers a 27-year retrospective on a subject who was treated at age 10. It also documents the use of enamel microabrasion for treatment… CONTINUE READING

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