MIH Molar Incisor Hypomineralization. Dr S E Jabbarifar 2010 Lecturer in Paediatric Dentistry (Paediatric Dentistry). MIH. Introduction Clinical Presentation Prevalence Aetiology Treatment. MIH.
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MIH Molar Incisor Hypomineralization
Dr S E Jabbarifar 2010
Lecturer in Paediatric Dentistry (Paediatric Dentistry)
rapid caries development
inability to anaesthetize the MIH molar
unpredictable behaviour of apparently intact opacities
experience pain and sensitivity (even when the enamel is intact)
Pain during brushing
appearance of their incisor teeth
Ameloblast cells are irreversibly damaged
Clinically these appear as yellow or yellow/brown opacities
These opacities are more porous
Ameloblasts have the potential to recover after the disturbance
These defects appear creamy yellow or whitish cream demarcated opacities