Minimum Intervention Dentistry- restorative and pediatric clinical practice
Minimum Intervention has been focused mainly on caries, although this concept can be applied to every disease. To achieve long-term results in therapy of the patients focus today is primary on early identification and assessment of caries risk factors by using caries risk assessment forms. Furthermore, it is important to diagnose the first signs of demineralization of hard dental tissue in order to avoid surgical treatment. Modern way of treatment in dental practice is based on concept that demineralized, non-cavitated lesions can be „healed“ using different treatment options. Even in deep lesions concept of remineralization can be applied in order to preserve vitality of the toot. The choice of material as well as procedures depends on multiple factors, which are influenced by the severity of the disease.
MID follows three steps:
individual risk assessment of the disease, early detection, and minimally invasive treatment. This sequence and approach also allow us to connect with the
- To describe Minimum Intervention Treatment Plan (MITP) and to introduce the current state of knowledge
- To assess the clinical treatment based on MITP as an excellent tool to manage patients with challenging behavior.
- To review early diagnosis and treatment alternatives of enamel defects in young patients and pediatric dentistry
Release date: 2021-07-15 | Expiration date: 2024-07-15
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thank you for this informative lecture
Congratulations ! Thank u all ! Greetings from Thessaloniki, Greece !
If i can reframe the question, what should be done for gum pad irritation (while the child is developing the teeth )
do we need to put a biomimetic material on top of sclerotic dentin before putting GIC or RMGI
thank you so much , this was a good session!
You don’t use ssc although they are useful in early childhood caries.??
Thanks a lot for new information!!!!
Thank you speakers! Very good and helpful information!
best alternatives for teethers for children with gum pad irritations
the app is called MI Dentistry CRA on apple store
How can we determine active and inactive caries .. surely it is impossible to determine this at a microscopic level ?
Can you write and post the apps please
What is the name of the app for Mi in Apple store ?
Thank you for very useful information.
Have seen in one presentation that dentin conditioner used on enamel surface prior to RMGIC to seal Primary first molars. How effective is this? Why not etchant is used.?
I would like to thank all the speakers today, all lectures were really of great value for us.
Thank you very much. Why have advanves in MID not brought down the burden of global child dental caries. Is dentistry too isolated as a specialty to consider MID as a more epidemiolgical tool to reduce this high global burden.
Do you use SDF to reduce sensitivity in MIH molars before restoration?
In permanent and temporary teeth with active _ cavitated caries lesions, is indicated the minimal interaction techniques with an afected pulp?
Treatment for early child hood caries with sever decay
Why are you using rmgi as sealant in primary teeth rather than resins
thanks you for nice topic
Thank you for the informative lecture,how to use the apps?where to download?
For child patients, should they give consent for their treatments or parental or guidance consent will be ok
what an excellent panel, we need for of this kind of interdisciplinary interventions
what is your approach for rampant caries?
for MIH remineralization , there is special tooth paste with fluoride and calcium phosphate ?
Do you think we can use ozone for reminirilazation ??
I am a pédiatrie dentist , which caries assessment protocol would you recommend in regards of ease of use and clinical application
is the app available in spanish?
if she could please remind on the remineralization protocol
Can we use fissure sealants to seal Primary molars?
Thank you.nice and very helpful
Cual tipo de ionomer de vidrio recomienda?
What is your material of choice for deep carious lesions ? Is the seal more important than the material ?
Is the apps available in all parts of the world?
what is the app called?
Thank you prof nice lecture
Thank you for these useful information .
How do you assess if the patient is engaged?
Do you use SDF for root carious lesions?
Have u done root canal before capping?
Saludos desde Sevilla’ España. Dr Rogelio Álvarez Marín.
Hi from ksa
How to handle pediatric patients?
MID Important Topic….!!!
Thanks to the Speakers…!!!
.Prof. Bedros Yavru-Sakuk
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