Calcific metamorphosis and aseptic necrosis of the pulp: Differential diagnosis of tooth discoloration

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Edition V01N02 | Year 2011 | Editorial Endo in Endo | Pages 11 to 20

Alberto Consolaro, Leda A. Francischone, Renata Bianco Consolaro, João Batista Gagno Intra, Armelindo Roldi

Natural tooth color is yellowish, and its hue var- ies from tooth to tooth in the same patient and much more intensely between different patients. In addi- tion to the yellow shades classified as normal, dif- ferent hues have been seen and classified as truly abnormal or pathological changes in tooth color: Excessively yellowish, brownish, bluish, grayish and even blackish

Consolaro A, Francischone LA, Consolaro RB, Intra JBG, Roldi A. Calciic metamorphosis and aseptic necrosis of the pulp: Differential diagnosis of tooth discoloration. Dental Press Endod. 2011 July-Sept;1(2):11-20.

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