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Tooth Whitening State of the Art - It takes a Team - Part 3

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There's No Such Thing As Too White - Patients' desires and expectations today make tooth whitening a necessary part of most case presentations and treatment plans. There are many contributing factors associated with tooth discoloration. Aging and the consumption of stain-causing substances such as tea, coffee, wine and smoking are the most common factors. In this webinar, the entire dental team will learn all aspects of tooth whitening. This will include photos, case presentations, tooth bleaching, taking impressions, pouring models, to the fabrication and delivery of the home whitening trays. This comprehensive presentation gives the participants the opportunity to enhance their knowledge and improve their team's whitening skills.

Date Added:
2/2/2011

Author(s):

Shannon Pace Brinker, CDA, CDD Shannon Pace Brinker, CDA, CDD
Shannon Pace Brinker, CDA is national and international speaker and published author of over 300 articles for various publications.She has been a practicing dental assi...
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Questions & Comments
juan Carlos Castano Nieto - (8/29/2013 9:48 AM)

Los pacientes no deben manipular estos materiales, la evidencia lo demuestra!

keith ma - (1/2/2012 10:23 PM)

Shannon! very impressive prsentation and result. Thanks.
I have discuss Zoom 2 light system, how do I use Venus whitening chairside gel, do I have to purchase another bleaching light system from Heraus. I am stuck with Zoom because the light only work with one time use cap which comes with each bleaching gel. Keith

Carlos Solon - (2/12/2011 10:32 PM)

Very good video.

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