nonvital bleaching

nonvital bleaching

a procedure performed in which an oxidizing agent such as hydrogen peroxide or urea peroxide is placed directly within the pulp chamber and sealed closed. This results in lightening the shade of tooth color.

non·vi·tal bleach·ing

(non-vītăl blēching)
Bleaching of a tooth or teeth, usually after endodontic treatment, to remove stains.