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Hydrogen peroxide vs carbamide peroxide
HP range is 1.5-10%
CP range is 10-40%
HP is 3 times more potent
four contraindications for bleaching vital teeth
extremely large pulps, exposed root surfaces, transiet hyperemia from ortho or home use gel(all hypersensitivity), allergic reactions, pregnancy, lack of compliance
ADA accepted dentist dispensed bleaching products
1. starbrite solution (35% Hydrogen peroxide, in office procedure only);; Take homes 2. opalescence by Ultradent (dental college uses); 3. Rembrandt by Den-Mat (rembrandt quik start solution 35% in office; rembrandt gel plus kit= 6 day supply of 15% HP, 15 min/2 times daily)
3. Nite white excel by discus dental
4. platinum professional tooth whitenening by colgate
Listerine and chlorohexidine alcohol content
Listerine: green, blue, citrus all contain 21.6%; gold 26.9%

Chlorohexidine: 11.6%
pH's at which dentin and enamel begin to demineralize
enamel=5.6
dentin=6.0
Prebrushing (Plax Prebrushing Rinse) has what in it and its affect?
SLS (Sodium lauryl sulfate)
-suding agent (irritant)
-canker sore festival
NOT reccomended
Advantages of chlorohexidine mouthrinse?
(peridex, periogard, and generics)
ADA accepted, substantivity, -lack of toxicity
-broad spectrum of antimicrobial activity
-"The Gold Standard" for therapeutic mouth rinses because most effective
Disadvantages of chlorohexidine mouthrinse?
(peridex, periogard, and generics)
-staining
-increased calculus formation
-alcohol content
-taste
-unstable in toothpaste due to inactivation by anionic surfactants ( ex. sodium luaryl sulfate)
ADA accepted mouthrinses accepted for gingivitis?
-Chlorohexidine (peridex, periogard, and generics)
-Phenolics (Listerine- all flavors
Four steps in treatment of oral malodor?
1. Determine the cause
2. Mechanically debride
3. Add antibacterial deodorants
4. Refer to a physician
Position for calculus removed on
Facial, Lingual, and occlusal for maxillary left posterior?
right handed, left
facial 10 2
Lingual 9 1
Occlusal 11 3
Indirect for lingual
Position for calculus removed on
Facial, Lingual, and occlusal for mandibular left posterior?
right handed, left
facial 11 3
Lingual 9 1-3
Occlusal 10-11 3
All Direct
Position for calculus removed on Facial, Lingual, and occlusal
for Maxillary Anterior?
right handed, left
facial 11 1
Lingual 11 1
Incisal 11 1
Indirect for incisal, D or I for Lingual, direct for Facial
Position for calculus removed on Facial, Lingual, and occlusal
Mandibular Anterior?
right handed, left
facial 11-12 1-2
Lingual 11 1
Incisal 11 1
Direct for facial, Direct or indirect for Lingual and incisal
Position for calculus removed on Facial, Lingual, and occlusal for maxillary right posterior
right handed, left
facial 9 3
Lingual 9 1
occlusal 11 3
Indirect for lingual
Position for calculus removed on Facial, Lingual, and occlusal for mandibular right posterior
right handed, left
facia 9 3
lingual 8-9 1-3
Occlusal 9-11 3-4
All direct