Treatment of anterior discoloration with resin infiltration

Written by Augusto Robles and Nate Lawson

Case Overview

A 30-year-old patient complained of white anterior discolorations which were present on her teeth since childhood. The white lesions were present on teeth 6-11 (Fig. 1).

Utilizing transillumination as a diagnostic tool to determine facial lesion depth

Transillumination is defined as the passing of a strong beam of light through a part of the body for medical inspection. It is a method of examination by the passage of light through tissues or a body cavity. Transillumination is an effective tool in determining if resin infiltration with Icon is a viable treatment option for facial lesions cases.

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