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discoloration

Any change in color from the original color or from the desired color.
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Teeth discoloration is a fundamental aesthetic problem.
Discolorations will feature selected works by Economou and also relevant material from the personal collection and archive that is owned and managed by his family.
(22) report on a higher concentration of salivary lactoferrin (iron-binding glycoprotein) in the saliva of a patient with dark pigmented discolorations. Reid et al.
The AOPs such as photooxidative [H.sub.2][O.sub.2] (UV/[H.sub.2][O.sub.2]) is caused by the production of hydroxyl radicals and expected to enhance the discoloration rate [5,6].
Featuring highly concentrated Accelerated Retinol SA, this advanced corrector works to renew the look of skin, brightening skin's tone and helping to improve the look of stubborn dark spots and discoloration, revealing noticeably more even, younger-looking skin in just one week.
Although severe discoloration during fixed orthodontic treatment does not routinely occur, enamel color changes have been reported in some cases due to adsorption of food or drink stains or the corrosion products of orthodontic appliances.
The etiology and treatment of intrinsic discolorations. J Can Dent Assoc 1986; 52: 217-220
As the particles settle on the skin, reflecting a blue glow, they dramatically diminish the expression of discolorations and imperfections in the skin.
Premier PREMA Enamel Microabrasion System is now available in a new syringe-delivery system that permits effective and efficient application of PREMA for the conservative removal of many enamel discolorations. PREMA is ideal for treatment of superficial white, brown and multicolored enamel defects that are less than 0.2 mm in depth.
Coverage includes an overview of the technique, the importance of a proper examination, diagnosis of the discoloration, treatment of naturally yellow teeth, treatment of brown or white partial discolorations, extended treatment of nicotine and tetracycline stains, treatment options for single dark teeth, combined bleaching and restorative treatments, design and fabrication of a custom-fitted tray, treatment of sensitivity, and caries control.
On the one hand, this effect is intensified by small diameters of the colored heartwood (this quality feature of a log was defined as discoloration) and on the other hand, length-oriented discolorations due to decay are to be found in several boards.
Over time, body skin, particularly in the delicate and exposed areas of the chest, hands and legs, becomes prone to discolorations, blotchiness, spider veins, sun and age spots.