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Traitement d'érosion infiltration en profondeur chez un enfant atteint de MIH

Abstract : Molar Incisor Hypomineralization (MIH) is a structural anomaly of sistemic origin, defined in 2001 by Weerheijm, affecting the first permanent molars and sometimes the permanent incisors. Due to its numerous clinical repercussions, early global treatments are needed. In strict compliance with therapeutic gradient, the objective of this clinical case was to treat incisive damage, by an infiltration erosion technique, with a sodium hypochlorite pre-clarification. Infiltration erosion consists in a demineralization of the hypermineralized lesion ceiling’s with hydrochloric acid 15%, followed by the infiltration of a low viscosity resin, whose refractive index is close to healthy enamel, allowing hiding the stain. The clinical result is very satisfying and fits in with contemporay dentistry principle’s that are tissue preservation and biomimetism.
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Margaux Parrieus. Traitement d'érosion infiltration en profondeur chez un enfant atteint de MIH. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2021. ⟨dumas-03133058⟩



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