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Esthetic management of incisors affected with molar-incisor hypomineralisation

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Abstract

Molar incisor hypomineralisation (MIH) is a structurally, aesthetically and some-times functionally impairing condition that affects the enamel of first permanent molars and maxillary incisors. Incisor hypomineralisation can adversely impact the confidence of individuals with MIH. The management of MIH depends on the extent of hypomineralisation or structure loss and can range from ultra-conservative to invasive treatment modalities.

Keywords

Hypomineralisation · Infiltration · Aesthetic · Structural · Whitening · Microabrasion

Clinical Dentistry Reviewed (2021) 5:6 https://doi.org/10.1007/s41894-021-00095-1

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Diode Laser-Assisted Gingivo-osseous Recontouring to Enhance Aesthetic Dental Restorations

Dental Asia Magazine

January/February 2020, pp.46-48.

https://www.clarencetam.co.nz/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/DA-JanFeb-20-pg46-48_Clinical-Feature.pdf

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(Australasian Dental Practice Magazine, July/Aug 2018)

(Jurka Vuletic, BHSc (Oral Health))
“Achieving Optimal Aesthetics with At-Home and In-Chair Whitening”
Australasian Dental

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(Australasian Dental Practice Magazine, Mar/April, 2017)

(Dr. Clarence P. Tam, HBSc, DDS, AAACD, FIADFE)
“Predictable Ultimate Aesthetics”.
Australasian Dental

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(Dental Barometer, April 2014) German Dental Publication

(Dr. Clarence P. Tam, HBSc, DDS)
Dental Barometer, April 2014: “Versorgung einer Klasse

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(Dental Magazin, April 2014) German Dental Publication

(Dr. Clarence P. Tam, HBSc, DDS)
Dental Magazine, April 2014, pp. 51-56: Voco Amaris

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(Dental Spiegel, April 2014) German Dental Publications

(Dr. Clarence P. Tam, HBSc, DDS)
Dental Speigel, April 2014, pp. 28-33: Grandio SO:

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(Everything Dental, Henry Schein, May, 2017)

(Dr. Clarence Tam, HBSc, DDS, AAACD, FIADFE)
Everything Dental Magazine: Q3, Henry Schein NZ, May

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