Removal of Superficial Tooth Stains

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Gordon J. Christensen, DDS, MSD, PhD & Staff

Veneers may be unnecessary! Fluoride and other agents present during tooth development often cause unsightly superficial white, brown, or gray spots on teeth. An inexpensive slurry made of pumice and muriatic acid removes these spots simply and effectively. This video demonstrates the step-by-step procedure for stain removal. You can remove many superficial tooth stains without accomplishing veneers.  This simple, well-proven technique is experiencing resurgence as patients demand more conservative forms of esthetic dentistry!

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Table of Contents

  • Indications for Stain Removal
  • Contraindications for Stain Removal
  • Equipment & Materials
  • Technique
  • Educate Patient
  • Esthetic Recontouring & Clean Teeth
  • Place Rubber Dam & Eye Protection
  • Mix Muriatic Acid & Slurry
  • Place Acid Solution on Teeth
  • Agitate Slurry
  • Evaluate Stain Removal
  • Polish Teeth
  • Fluoridate Teeth
  • Instruct Patient


Item #: C997A

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