Alternative whitening in isolated tooth with dystrophic pulp calcification
Dental trauma can lead, depending on the energy and type of trauma, to sequelae such as pulp tissue necrosis or dystrophic pulp calcification. Dystrophic calcification of pulp tissue develops more frequently in teeth that have suffered concussion and dislocation lesions, or even in avulsed and reimplanted teeth. Frequently observed in anterior teeth can present since discrete chromatic changes to intense yellowing and/or darkening of the dental crown. The aim of this paper is to describe an alternative bleaching proposal in a patient with generalized dyschromia associate with an isolated tooth with dystrophic pulp calcification, in which a harmonic and satisfactory aesthetic result was obtained.