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Effect of anti-inflammatory and analgesic drugs for the prevention of bleaching-induced tooth sensitivity (October 2019 Article 1)
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JADA October 2019

Background. In-office dental bleaching results in a high risk of tooth sensitivity caused by the inflammatory process of the pulpal tissue. In this systematic review, the authors aimed to evaluate the effect of administering anti-inflammatory and analgesic drugs for the prevention of tooth sensitivity associated with in-office dental bleaching.

Key Words. Analgesics; anti-inflammatory agents; tooth bleaching; tooth sensitivity; drug prescriptions.

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