White Spots and Splotchy Teeth: Resin Infiltration can easily correct many problems
By Ira L. Shapira, DDS, D,ABDSM, D,AAPM, FICCMO on May 19, 2016
Many people have less than pretty teeth but bleaching makes the white spots worse instead of better. There is now a new solution to the problem of hypocalcified white spots on the teeth. These spots are a common occurence in teenagers who had marginal hygiene during braces. This is often called Enamel Mottleling
The white spots are often precarious lesions or minimally carious (decay) areas.
Treatment with the ICON system of Resin infiltration can give drastic improvements for a a relatively small cost for an entire smile for less than the cost of a single veneer.
This procedure can be done without any anesthetic
Related to This
Please specify whether you prefer for our team to contact you via a phone call or text message.
“From the moment you walk in the office you feel welcome and the staff takes care of you while you wait for your appointment. I would highly recommend Delany Dental Care to anyone who is looking for a new dentist!” Zach B.