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Sensitivity/Pain Management in Bleaching

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A Dentistry Today Leader in Continuing Education (CE), Marty Zase, DMD, of Colchester, Conn, delivers an explanation on how to control pain and sensitivity during bleaching without creating patient discomfort. Without using the scalloping technique that many dentists are taught to use, Dr. Zase uses a different method to remove the excess around the teeth. The gingival margin is sealed from leeching and leakage and the full mouth receives the benefit of bleaching in this procedure.

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Dr. Marty Zase, DMD

Dr. Zase is a graduate of Boston University, the Dale Carnegie Institute, and the Landmark Education Forum and Curriculum for Living. He received his dental degree from Tufts University, where he was also a clinical instructor in restorative dentistry. Currently, he practices at the Colchester Dental Group in Colchester, Conn. Dr. Zase is one of only 8 dentists in the world to have both a mastership from the AGD and an accreditation in cosmetics from the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD). Read More

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