An Update in Molar-Incisor Hypomineralization

Course Description

Molar Incisor Hypomineralization or MIH is a tooth developmental condition that affects the enamel structure of permanent first molars and incisors. This condition is still poorly understood by many clinicians and researchers. Since this condition has a myriad of clinical implications ranging from hypersensitivity to quality of life impact, understanding of the scientific evidence regarding etiology, prevalence worldwide, relationship with pain and dental caries and clinical management is fundamental. The course will be then formatted to include the MIH clinical aspects and classification, the evidence regarding its etiology, its prevalence, its relationship with pain and dental caries and how is being managed and treated clinically.

Course Objectives

The course is formatted to provide relevant evidence regarding the basic and clinical aspects that drive this dental abnormality. The followings are the learning objectives:

  1. To define and classify Molar Incisor Hypomineralization;
  2. To provide evidence based data regarding its etiology
  3. To presentits prevalence worldwide
  4. To discuss the association between MIH and dental caries and the challenges of treating affected teeth

Faculty

Ana Paula Dias Ribeiro, DDS, MS

  • “I declare that neither I nor any member of my family has a financial arrangement or affiliation with any corporate organization offering financial support or grant monies for this continuing dental education program greater than $999, nor do I have a financial interest greater than $1,000 in any commercial product(s) I will discuss in the presentation.”

Continuing Education Units

3 Contact Hours (Lecture)
AGD# 250

Location

University of Florida
1395 Center Dr
Gainesville, FL 32610

Course Limit

30 Participants

Registration

  • Dentist Fee: $149
  • Auxiliary Fee: $99
  • Friday: 1PM – 4PM

Dates

  • Date: February 18, 2022
  • Location: Gainesville, FL
  • Course#: 220452
  • AGD: 250

Cancellation Policy effective January 1, 2019.