bleaching agents

bleaching agents

medications and over-the-counter preparations used to depigment the skin. The products may be used by persons whose skin has become hyperpigmented through exposure to sunlight and particularly for melasma associated with pregnancy, the use of oral contraceptives, or hormone replacement therapy. Most agents are sold as creams or lotions and contain hydroquinone.
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Happiness had never pondered the effect of the skin bleaching agents on her unborn baby.
Once the acne is under control and hyperpigmentation can be assessed on its own, dermatologists can consider whether bleaching agents are appropriate.
The objective of the study was to evaluate the effect of bleaching agents on micro hardness of composite resins.
All stationary, cleaning materials, tools / gadgets, detergents, disinfectants, bleaching agents, electric supply and water source / water filter etc.
The utilization of higher concentrations of bleaching agents and increased pH of the bleaching gel may result in tooth sensitivity (acceptable pH is within the range of 5.
The purposes of the present study were to evaluate the effects of bleaching agents on dental restorative materials-the Nano Composite and Nano Hybrid Composite.
Carbamide peroxide 20% gel (Opalescence, Ultradent, USA) was inserted in each plastic cover and the crowns of the teeth were exposed to one daily application of the bleaching agents for two hours for fourteen consecutive days.
Anti-sensitivity dentifrices are another option for reducing the adverse effects of bleaching agents.
Key Words: Devitalized tooth, Tooth discoloration, Bleaching agents, Tooth bleaching techniques
Optimal Nutrition is a vegan mix created without preservatives, fillers or bleaching agents and can be blended, shaken or stirred.
The effects of bleaching agents on both dental tissues and composite resins' bond strength after whitening have been described in numerous studies including the ones by Dishman et al, (1) van der Vyver et al, (2) Homewood et al, (3) and Cappeletto et al.
When these bleaching agents contact even a little bit of water, they will break down any organic compounds present.