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Molar Incisor Hypomineralization

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Molar incisor hypomineralization (MIH) has become a much-discussed topic of interest that presents major challenges for dental professionals in practice and research. It is defined as a qualitative enamel defect that typically occurs on one or more first permanent molars with or without the involvement of the permanent incisors. This book serves as a comprehensive reference that critically appraises the controversies around MIH found in the scientific literature. Practical advice about diagnosis and treatment of the disease is provided, and the various clinical treatment options are explained in detail. The text is written for dental practitioners, postgraduate and undergraduate students and researchers, as well as anyone who would like to expand their knowledge of this contemporary topic in everyday clinical dentistry.

Contents
Chapter 01. Introduction
Chapter 02. Clinical presentation and morphological features
Chapter 03. Structural properties of hypomineralized enamel
Chapter 04. Prevalence
Chapter 05. Etiology
Chapter 06. Diagnostics and classification options
Chapter 07. Differential diagnoses
Chapter 08. Therapy concepts
Chapter 09. Pain management
Chapter 10. Prophylaxis and desensitization
Chapter 11. Fissure sealing
Chapter 12. Direct restorations
Chapter 13. Indirect restorations
Chapter 14. Extraction
Chapter 15. Treatment options for hypomineralized incisors
Chapter 16. MIH and caries
Chapter 17. Hypomineralized primary molars

Author

Prof. Dr. Katrin Bekes MME

Austria, Wien

Katrin Bekes is Professor and Chair of the Department of Pediatric Dentistry at the University Clinic of Dentistry, Medical University of Vienna, Austria. She is currently President of the German Society of Pediatric Dentistry, Vice President of the Austrian Society of Pediatric Dentistry, and is also involved in the European and International Society of Pediatric Dentistry. Prof. Bekes founded the only competence center for patients with MIH in Austria. She has published and lectured widely on molar incisor hypomineralization and related fields.