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Oct 23 NSW Dentist Magazine - List of references

'To Temporise or not temporise? the newly erupted hypomineralised molar conundrum'

By Dr Ashika Lathif, Specialist Paediatric Dentist

NSW Dentist - October 23 issue 
Clinical article

List of References:

1. Arrow P. Prevalence of developmental enamel defects of the first permanent molars among school children in Western Australia. Australian dental journal. 2008;53(3):250-9.

2. Kotsanos N, Kaklamanos E, Arapostathis K. Treatment management of first permanent molars in children with Molar-Incisor Hypomineralisation. European journal of paediatric dentistry. 2005;6(4):179.

3. Lygidakis N, Garot E, Somani C, Taylor G, Rouas P, Wong F. Best clinical practice guidance for clinicians dealing with children presenting with molar-incisor-hypomineralisation (MIH): An updated European Academy of Paediatric Dentistry policy document. European Archives of Paediatric Dentistry. 2022:1-19.

4. Lygidakis N, Dimou G, Stamataki E. Retention of fissure sealants using two different methods of application in teeth with hypomineralised molars (MIH): a 4 year clinical study. European Archives of Paediatric Dentistry. 2009;10:223-6.

5. Rodd HD, Boissonade FM, Day PF. Pulpal status of hypomineralized permanent molars. Pediatric dentistry. 2007;29(6):514-20.

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