GC Nordic is delighted to offer you the possibility to participate in this online lecture.
ABOUT THE LECTURE
Molar incisor hypomineralisation (MIH) affects approximately 15% of the global population, and around one third of these individuals severely. MIH can have profound effects on the prognosis of any restorative care provided for affected teeth and is related to sensitivity and dental anxiety. Appropriate early diagnosis and treatment planning is imperative to improve treatment outcomes. To complicate things even more, other teeth, such as second primary molars can also be affected by similar defects. Diagnosis, treatment planning alternatives and recent research will be discussed.
AT THE END OF THE LECTURE YOU WILL BE ABLE TO:
✔ Diagnose MIH and similar developmental defects
✔ Create treatment plans for affected individuals
✔ Understand how to provide restorative care for teeth with MIH
✔ Be aware of recent research about MIH
Free of charge
14. April 2021 from 19.00 to 20.30
Live online lecture
𝗕𝗢𝗢𝗞𝗜𝗡𝗚 & 𝗖𝗢𝗡𝗧𝗔𝗖𝗧
Biography of David J Manton BDSc MDSc PhD FRACDS FICD FADI FPFA
Professor of paediatric dentistry focussing on cariology, Centrum voor Tandheelkunde en Mondzorgkunde, UMCG, University of Groningen.
Over the past 20 years David has spoken throughout Australia, Asia and Europe and has wide ranging experience in research regarding developmental defects of enamel such as MIH, CPP-ACP, Minimum Intervention Dentistry, the detection of carious lesions, dentine sensitivity, and the use of calcium silicates in endodontics. He has published more than 120 manuscripts in peer-reviewed journals and has been cited more than 4800 times since 2016.