Effects of bleaching with carbamide peroxide
gels on microhardness of restoration materials.
After treatment with Carbamide peroxide
gel, the test specimens were abundantly washed under running water, dried with absorbent paper, and immersed in artificial saliva for remaining 16 hours of the day.
Gaspersic, "Effect of 10% carbamide peroxide
bleaching gel on enamel microhardness, microstructure, and mineral content," Journal of Endodontics, vol.
Miranda et al (42) claim that the reduction in microtensile bond strength when using 22% carbamide peroxide
may occur up to three weeks after application of the bleaching agent for two reasons: first, for a structural alteration associated with loss and erosion of the enamel prismless layer plus a reduction in the percentage of calcium and phosphorus; the second reason is of a residual nature, and is connected to the penetration of oxygen radicals in the enamel, which can inhibit polymerization.
Characterization of enamel exposed to 10% carbamide peroxide
The original nightguard vital bleaching technique (1) involved the application of 10% carbamide peroxide
Using a special whitening product like hydrogen peroxide or carbamide peroxide
, the procedure involves using a specially fitted tray like a gumshield.
Over the course of several weeks at home, the patient applies carbamide peroxide
to the tray and wears it daily or nightly.
2) Carbamide peroxide
(Debrox, Murine Ear) was least effective (see Table and Table W1*).
The Finishing Touch uses a mix of professional-level carbamide peroxide
that effectively removes stains that have soaked into the teeth from food, drink, and aging.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Edta + Carbamide Peroxide
, Prep Canal, Material Used In Dental Endodontic Procedure