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Treatment Solutions for Molar Incisor Hypomineralization



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Molar Incisor Hypomineralization (MIH) is a common developmental condition affecting primarily one or more first permanent molars. The central incisors may be affected as well, but this usually occurs to a lesser extent. Hypomineralization of the second deciduous molars (HSPM) or canines may also occur. Children with HSPM are up to five times more likely to develop MIH in the permanent dentition. Great varieties in severity exist, ranging from mild opacities to posteruptive enamel breakdown.

This white paper will cover treating MIH including:

  • Clinical Appearance
  • Initial Intervention
  • Protect Surfaces with GI Sealants
  • Restorative Treatment
  • Recall

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GC America

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