● Efficiency: Effective and definitive removal of dental stains restricted to enamel.
● Comfort: Does not cause dental sensitivity.
● Practicality: Can be applied manually and with the aid of a rubber cup.
● Resistance: The microabraded surface becomes more resistant to demineralization by S. mutans.
● Ready for use: No mixing required.
● Excellent viscosity: Easy application.
Controlled chemical and mechanical removal of enamel stained by:
surface hypoplasia of the enamel
structural defects that cause pigmentation,
white stains from inactive caries.
Step by step
Isolate the teeth with a rubber dam.
Apply a small quantity of product over the surface that will be scorched. Using the spatula that comes with the set, or a rubber cup in low rotation, manually rub the product over the stained enamel for 10 seconds.
Wash thoroughly with water following each application. In order to check if more applications are required, the enamel’s surface should be always moist. The micro scorching operation may be repeated up to 15 times during the same session, depending on the needs. If there are doubts regarding the depth of the stain, notice whether its shape and size change after the first few applications. If it is not changing, it is likely to be a deeper stain, and maybe the micro scorching technique is not the best one for its removal.
After washing and drying the teeth treated, apply neutral sodium fluoride Fluor Care (FGM) for 1 minute.
Next, polish the enamel with Diamond (FGM) felt disk or Diamond Flex (FGM), and Diamond Excel (FGM) polishing paste.