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Quintessence Int 38 (2007), No. 8     26. July 2007
Quintessence Int 38 (2007), No. 8  (26.07.2007)

Page 633-636, PubMed:17823680


Minimally invasive treatment of white spot enamel lesions
Ardu, Stefano/ Castioni, Nathalie Vivien/ Benbachir, Nacer/ Krejci, Ivo
This article describes a technique used to treat superficial white spot lesions by a mini-mally invasive approach. The proposed technique is based on reactivation of enamel by elimination of its hypermineralized external layer through microabrasion, followed by daily home application of casein phosphopeptide-amorphous calcium phosphate complexes (CCP-ACP). The technique may allow elimination of white spot lesions without involving restorative procedures. Microabrasion followed by long-term daily home application of CCP-ACP may be considered an interesting alternative to the restorative approach for treatment of white spot lesions.

Keywords: CCP-ACP, microabrasion, minimally invasive treatment, white spot lesions