Dental Bleaching By In-Office Technique

Luis Gustavo Barrotte Albino
Postgraduate in Endodontics
Master in Dentistry – UNG
Specialist in Dentistry – CRO
Professor of Dentistry of the Guarulhos University – UNG
Professor of Course in Dental Esthetics of the Dr. Luis Gustavo Barrotte Albino Dental Atelier
Professor of the Posgrado Guarani – Assuncion Dental Esthetics Specialization
Member of the Brazilian Society of Dental Esthetic and Brazilian Society for Dental Research

Mariana Cruz

Graduate in Dentistry by the Guarulhos University – UNG
Michele Vendrami
Graduate in Dentistry by the Guarulhos University


Currently, there is a great demand for esthetics treatment for patients. A smile with white and aligned teeth is so worshiped by the media that is now required for most patients. The dental bleaching technique is the most indicated treatment, in the last years, to be extremely conservative and efficient.
Therefore, the purpose of the clinical case presented is the significant improvement of the patient’s appearance, using the in-office bleaching technique Total Blanc Office H35% – NOVA DFL in 3 sessions of 40 minutes total each (2 applications of 20 minutes in each section).
Thereby, in the context, we are able to harmonize the dentilabial integration with other structures of the face, providing increase of the self esteem, better job opportunities and friendship.


Figure 1. Model

Figure 2. Bleaching agent chosen for this case.

Figure 3 Initial registration

Figure 4. Initial registration

Figure 5. Registration of the initial color

Figure 6. Application of the Total Blanc Office 35%

Figure 7. Reapplication of the Total Blanc Office 35%

Figure 8 and 9. Final registration

Figure 8 and 9. Final registration

Figure 10. Final color registration

Figure 11. Final smile

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Total Blanc Office H35 - com fonte ativadora/with light emitting equipment

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