Dental fluorosis and hypocalcification manifest as white spot lesions and/or brown discolorations. With dental fluorosis, mottled layers in enamel can also be present depending on severity. Treatment options have varied in such situations, depending on severity, and can range from conservative to more invasive. This clinical report focuses on a combination of bleaching and resin infiltration as one of the more conservative treatment options.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Oral Surgery