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The State of The Art in Whitening - Part 2 of 2

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The whitening revolution has boosted the esthetic awareness of our patients and opens the door for more advanced treatment modalities to accomplish people’s esthetic goals. Along with the growth in the whitening industry has come many new options in technique and products we can offer our patients. In this webinar we will look at what we know today about the science of tooth whitening and how to incorporate the different approaches successfully into our practices.

Date Added:
6/18/2012

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Lee Ann Brady, DMD Lee Ann Brady, DMD
Dr. Lee Ann Brady is a privately practicing dentist and nationally recognized educator and writer. Her practice experience has been rich and varied. She has worked in a...
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Questions & Comments
Nirmaldeep Brar - (9/3/2017 9:34 PM)

very informative. Thank you.

yasmeen abdelghaffar - (12/7/2014 10:42 AM)

vedio of best whitening

Mark Grinshpun - (9/30/2012 1:43 PM)

Thank you very much Dr.Brady for your great presentation. What is your opinion about laser whitening, Smartlight 3LT (smartbleach photo-dynamic) thay say that there gel has PH 8-9, green laser and for this reason this system is more effective and safe. Best regards from Moscow Russia. Grinshpun Mark.

Ronald Goldstein - (6/21/2012 11:44 AM)

Good points, Dimitris,

I see your logic on the 'gingival seal' and look forward to see what Lee Ann says.

Dimitris Tsanaktsidis - (6/20/2012 4:46 AM)

Thank you for your great presentation! I always enjoy your articles and webinars they are very informative for me and help me a lot in my daily life. I have 1 questions and i disaggree in one thing 1. You dont use block-out in trays . so where the material will flow if there is no space for it?Ever if the tray fits loose i dont think that the material will not flow in the mouth with this technique. 2.I disaggre with the logic of trimming the gingival part. I actually use that little space to seal the gingiva and papilla. I think is the most important part of the tray. Especially if the tray is loose with no gingival seal and no block-out the material will flow in the gingiva. I use a lot of tray based bleaching and i conclude that 2 things are very important for result and sensitivity . Gingival seal and the way you distribute the block-out. Best Regards from Greece Dimitris Tsanaktsidis

SERGE MADHERE - (6/19/2012 9:20 PM)

Thank you for a very informative presentation!

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