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Abstract

AMELOGENESIS IMPERFECTA - AN INNATE HERITABLE TRANSMISSION WITH CASE REPORT SERIES

*Dr. Pratik Parkarwar, Dr. Kiran Patil, Dr. Usama Kharadi, Dr. Sagar Khairnar, Dr. Sanjeev Onkar and Dr. Rajendra Birangane

ABSTRACT

Amelogenesis Imperfecta (AI) is a genetic disease affecting primary and permanent tooth enamel. This disorder expressing a group of conditions which causes developmental alterations in the structure of enamel. The clinical findings include enamel defects, tooth sensitivity, poor dental aesthetics, reduced vertical dimension, dentin dysplasia and pulpal calcification. AI is a serious problem that reduces oral health-related quality of life and causes some physiological problems. The treatment of patients with AI may upgrade the quality of life and reinforce their self-esteem. It is necessary to diagnose the case and provide durable functional and esthetic management of these patients in order to improve the quality of their lives. Effective treatment planning should incorporate numerous factors such as the patient’s age, disease type and severity and general oral condition. Over time, severe tissue destruction may occur and therefore, it is important to begin treatment as early as possible.

Keywords: Amelogenesis Imperfecta, hereditary disorder, developmental.


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