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Titanium Dioxide Nanotube, a form of nanotubes, is a nanotube material that has been synthesized for decades, and it produces free radicals that can whiten teeth. Tooth whitening products that are used in the community, such as H 2 O 2 in high amounts, endanger tooth enamel health, which can damage tooth enamel's enamel. TDN is therefore used in this study as a natural teeth whitening agent with low H2O2 values.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1088/1742-6596/1805/1/012012
Background : Whitening toothpastes have a bleaching effect on teeth due to the paste's abrasive properties or specific chemical components' increased surface cleaning efficiency. The forest plot for surface roughness showed that the meta-analytic effect was statistically significant, with surface roughness values being higher in the intervention group. Conclusions: Although whitening toothpastes typically lighten tooth color by one to two shades, there is some evidence to show that these toothpastes can also influence tooth enamel by increasing surface roughness and reducing microhardness. The tooth's integrity while still retaining the tooth's integrity, according to more evidence and further analysis are required to determine the type of whitening agent that will whiten the tooth safely while still maintaining the tooth's integrity.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.12688/f1000research.76180.1
After professional teeth whitening with a wavelength of 810 nm using President Sensitive toothpaste with potassium nitrate and strontium chloride at home, our research was conducted in 17 patients aged 20 to 35 years with hyperesthesia after professional teeth whitening using a diode laser with a wavelength of 810 nm using President Sensitive toothpaste with potassium nitrate and strontium chloride at home. A decrease in tooth sensitivity, remineralization of hard tissues, and inhibition of bacterial growth were all found after dental whitening with a wavelength of 810 nm and the subsequent application of potassium nitrate and strontium chloride toothpaste.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.33667/2078-5631-2021-38-30-34
Tooth whitening results can be influenced by several factors, among which concentration and application time are two of the most influential. This in vitro review sought to determine the initial content and release kinetics of four tooth whitening kits with different concentrations. To determine HP concentration, Titrations with Cerium Sulphate IV were carried out. A spectrophotometric method was used to determine HP release kinetics. During publication kinetics, the results were reported as mean values and 95% confidence interval. In all tested samples, the concentration of titrated HP was higher than that shown by the manufacturers. All HP products were released at least 85% of HP information, according to the manufacturer's minimum application times; the gel containing 10% CP had the slowest availability at 85. 49 ; the CP contained 10% CP contained the lowest amount at 85. 49.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/ma14247597
Group 1, 20 percent carbamide peroxide; group 2, 1% papain-based whitening; group 3, 1% ficin-based whitening; and group 4, 1% bromelain-based whitening. The WST-1 assay was used to determine the cell viability of mouse fibroblast cells. The carbamide peroxide caused both a decrease in enamel hardness and increased enamel roughness as well as increased enamel roughness. Cell viability was not affected by the experimental whitening gels' effects. Tooth bleaching gels that contain bromelain, papain, or ficin are of high clinical quality and can be used to produce peroxide-free tooth whitening gels.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-66733-z
The aim of this review was to perform a literature review of "self-care" or, in English, "Over-the-counter" bleaching kits, consulting papers in Pubmed and Scielo databases between the years 2000 and 2019, in order to determine its characteristics, advantages, and disadvantages of use. The majority of whitening dentifrice and rinses on the market have no clinically relevant whitening action; in relation to dental strips or strips, they have satisfactory whitening results.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.34117/bjdv7n7-197
Abstract This increasing demand for a whiter smile has resulted in a surge in tooth whitening treatments. After vibration for 3 h, a tooth stained with black tea, blueberry juice, wine, or a combination thereof may be noticeably whitened by the poled BTO turbid liquid, as a similar procedure using unpoled or cubic BTO showed negligible tooth whitening results. In addition, the BTO nanoparticle-based piezo-catalysis tooth whitening treatment does not cause much less damage to both enamel and biological cells.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-020-15015-3
Abstract Background This paper was designed to determine the effects of charcoal-containing, hydrogen peroxide-containing, and abrasive whitening toothpastes on a resin composite's color stability. The specimens were randomly placed into five experimental groups, including distilled water, Bencer, colgate optic white, flawless white black, and colgate total whitening toothpastes. Experimental groups were not significantly different in terms of a and E values. Concerning a, GT, and GC groups' red color shift was seen on the graph, while other groups' green color shift was apparent. All groups had blue color shift except the GT group, which displayed yellow color shift, except for the GT group, which had a red color change. Conclusion None of the whitening toothpastes below the perceptibility threshold could reduce discoloration caused by the coffee solution to the point below the threshold, save Colgate Optic White, which reduced discoloration within the clinically acceptable range.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12903-021-01956-8
Background: Vital tooth whitening has played a key role in esthetic dentistry and is still one of the most effective and most cost-effective ways to enhance dental hygiene without removing tooth enamel. This paper outlines the latest developments in dentist-administered tooth bleaching products, including tooth structure, soft tissues, and dental restoratives. Methods: Using PubMed/MEDLINE, an electronic and manual literature search was performed for key words such as tooth bleaching, and dental bleaching methods, followed by manual selection of the studies that included whitening procedures in critical teeth. Conclusion: The current mechanism of whitening, its effect on tooth structure, and restorative agents, and the development of a quick way to measure the degree of whitening in the dental office are all subject areas that require further study.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.2174/2542579x02999200812130854
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