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White spots on enamel: Treatment protocol by superficial or deep infiltration (part 2)

Abstract : In this 2nd part, the current treatment of white spot lesions by erosion/infiltration is presented, beginning with a reminder of the principle of superficial infiltration, which enables most early carious lesions, fluorosis and post-traumatic lesions to be treated. However, this technique has met with frequent failures in cases of MIH or deep lesions of traumatic origin or those associated with fluorosis. For this reason a new deep infiltration technique is proposed: thanks to its global treatment concept, this enables all white spots to be treated. The place of whitening in these treatment options is discussed, with explanations of the main reasons for its failures.
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Jean-Pierre Attal, Anthony Atlan, Maud Denis, Elsa Vennat, Gil Tirlet. White spots on enamel: Treatment protocol by superficial or deep infiltration (part 2). International Orthodontics, Elsevier Masson, 2014, pp.10.1016/j.ortho.2013.12.011. ⟨10.1016/j.ortho.2013.12.011⟩. ⟨hal-00943481⟩

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