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Internal Whitening Protocols Pt1 (Non Vital Bleaching) – PDP146

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Non-vital bleaching or internal whitening comes in many forms, but it's often confusing which exact protocol to adopt. When you learn this technique you can make a HUGE difference to a patient's smile in a minimally invasive manner. Restorative Specialist Dr. AJ Ray-Chaudhuri covered the all-important diagnoses and indications of internal bleaching as well as how to treat tooth calcific metamorphosis (the obliterated pulp). We answer the key question: do you always need to have a root canal treatment present? Watch PDP146 on Youtube The Protrusive Dental Pearl: When carrying out internal bleaching make sure to clean out the entire pulp chamber especially the necrotic pulp horns - clean the necrotic tissue inside using ultrasonics. Ensure the entire chamber is de-roofed - remember that these are mostly trauma cases and the pulp went necrotic in youth - hence large pulp chambers. No role for Ninja access here! Need to Read it? Check out the Full Episode Transcript below! Download Protrusive App on iOS and Android and Claim your Verifiable CPD/CE by answering a few questions + You can get EARLY ACCESS to the episode + EXCLUSIVE content Highlights of this episode: 3:03 The Protrusive Dental Pearl 5:55 Dr. AJ Ray-Chaudhuri’s journey into restorative dentistry13:02 Internal Bleaching Protocol15:45 Whitening obliterated pulp (Calcific Metamorphosis)21:22 No prep veneer/Composite veneer VS Tooth Whitening22:50 Q: Best time for Internal bleaching after Endodontics? STAY TUNED for Part 2 Next week when it gets really spicy - we have a PDF infographic to follow! If you enjoyed this episode, check out Post Operative Pain after Endodontics – Prevention and Management Click below for full episode transcript: Jaz's Introduction: Non-vital bleaching or internal bleaching is something that you don't really learn or get to practice at dental school. It's something that you don't really often get to do, but when you get to do it, you get to make a huge difference to a patient smile. Jaz's Introduction:But there's lots of different ways to do it. It can get very confusing and the first time you come across a case, you end up going online and searching for all the different papers and different techniques out. And you just end up getting confused, which is why I've got this killer two-part series with Dr. AJ Ray-Chaudhuri, restorative consultant. We both discuss the indications, the diagnoses, so basically it's two parts. This first part you listen to right now is going to cover his journey as a restorative consultant. The diagnoses that you can make, like when you have a yellow tooth, and you take a peri-apical radiograph and you observe that, 'Hey, where's the pulp gone? There is no canal anymore.' That's a calcific metamorphosis, right? That's a sclerosed canal, and that can be a discolored tooth. Now, how do you whiten that, and how is that different to an actual non-vital tooth where you actually drill an access cavity if there isn't one already and you whiten the tooth from within the tooth? So your diagnosis is really important. And some of the big questions that we cover are things like, do you always need to have a root canal treatment present? Does that root canal treatment need to be perfect quality, even if the patient is asymptomatic? And then we go on to discuss about which barrier material. Barrier material is something that you put over the gutter percha before you put the whitening gel to whiten the tooth. So these are all the nitty gritty things that we build up to. And in part two next week, wow. That's really going to go into the full protocol for non-vital or internal bleaching. Hello, Protruserati. I'm Jaz Gulati. Those of you who are listening, I probably sound a bit different. And those of you who are watching, yeah, I look in a different place. So, I'm actually in between Reading where I work and live and West London at the moment becau...

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