Minimally invasive rehabilitation for amelogenesis imperfecta using ceramic veneers

Porcelain veneers and CAD:CAM polymer restorations for amelogenesis imperfecta

Minimally invasive rehabilitation with ceramic veneers and CAD/CAM composite restorations for amelogenesis imperfecta

Considering the clinical phenotypes and the inheritance mechanism, 15 subtypes of amelogenesis imperfecta are distinguished. The general effects of AI vary considerably depending on the subtype and severity. Most frequently, patients complain about aesthetic problems, sensitivity to mechanical and chemical stimuli and impaired phonetics due to the loss of the vertical dimension of the occlusion.

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