Technological innovation in home bleaching
Fig. 1: Bleaching system ENA White 2.0: toothbrush with dispenser containing hydrogen peroxide bleaching gel with special activator XS 151, which increases its absorption rate exponentially.
Fig. 2: 30-year-old male patient with discolouration on the central and lateral teeth; shade A3 of VITA shade guide.
Fig. 3b: Unscrew the toothbrush and remove it from the dispenser.
Fig. 3a: Unscrew and remove the cap of the toothbrush.
Fig. 3c: Remove the seal from the base of the toothbrush with tweezers.
Fig. 3d: Screw the toothbrush again.
Fig. 3e: Rotate the ring anti-clockwise towards the direction ‘UP’ until the gel comes out from the hole among the bristles.
Fig. 3f: It is necessary to use a small lentil-sized dose of the gel.
Fig. 3g: The patient must brush the teeth to be bleached for about 30 seconds with horizontal movements, avoiding contact with the gums as much as possible.
Fig. 3h: Rinse the bristles with running water.
Fig. 3i: Brush again for further 30 seconds and rinse accurately.
Fig. 4: Check after 4 days.
Fig. 5: Check after 7 days.
Fig. 6: Check after 10 days.
Fig. 7: Check after 12 days.
Fig. 8: Check after 16 days.
Fig. 9: Check after 21 days.
Fig. 10: Check after 28 days.
Fig. 11: Check after 35 days: the chromaticity at the end of the treatment corresponds to A1 of VITA shade guide.
Fig. 12: A 25-year-old female patient, unsatisfied with a bleaching treatment with tray; initial colour of teeth was A3 of the VITA shade guide.
Fig. 13: Check after 10 days: the result corresponds to A2 of the VITA shade guide.
Fig. 14: Check after 21 days: she reached shade A1 of the VITA shade guide.
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