Remove white spots with Icon Smooth Surface

Cariogenic white spots are as unwelcomed as they are frequent. Icon’s revolutionary resin infiltration system has been proven for a range of indications, including mild-to-moderate fluorosis, and has been shown to effectively mask white spots on smooth surfaces. Now, there's a less-invasive solution to treat white spots in just one visit.

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Discolorations on tooth surfaces?

There are several reasons for discolorations on the surfaces of teeth. The reason for those unsightly stains (“white spots”) forming on the teeth is often the onset of caries. The dental disease fluorosis can impact on the appearance of teeth, too.

The good news: There is a simple, minimally invasive treatment option.


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Icon Smooth Surface

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    Esthetic results on smooth surfaces

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    Remove white spots

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    Preserve healthy tooth structure

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    No anesthesia or drilling

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    One quick and simple patient visit

Drilling & Restoration

Disadvantages of traditional treatment


So-called “white spots” like this on the tooth surfaces often appear after the removal of permanent braces. For a long time there was no real satisfactory treatment option for this.

Fluorosis or enamel developmental defects can cause discoloration, too. How do you provide treatment for this in a way that is efficient and comfortable for the patient?

In most cases, bleaching alone will not achieve an effective result. More intricate treatment methods such as veneer restorations are time-consuming and costly. Plus, they always involve sacrificing healthy tooth substance.

The Answer to
White Spots


Before treatment, caries, fluorosis or enamel developmental defects have caused discoloration.

After being prepared with an etching gel, ‘Icon infiltrant’ liquid resin is applied, which penetrates into the porous tooth tissue where it cures under light.

The porous tissue is filled with the infiltrant. Because this reflects the light similar to how the natural tooth enamel would, the treated area matches the healthy tooth visually.

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