causing coronal discoloration (46, 47). Removal of all tissues and correct intracoronal bleaching in these cases are usually successful, but they are unnecessary. Tooth-bleaching techniques today mostly employ hydrogen peroxide as the active agent. Intracoronal bleaching is a conservative alternative to the. PDF | This clinical study compared the effectiveness of bleaching non-vital teeth with an open pulp chamber during bleaching using 10%.

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