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Welcome to GC's 1st Online MIH Symposium


You have probably already experienced it in your everyday practice: the number of cases of molar incisor hypomineralization (MIH) is increasing in children and adolescents and is already ahead of classic caries cases. It is currently assumed that around every seventh child is affected by this special form of enamel formation disorder - and not only in the permanent molars and incisors but also on the canines and the premolars in the permanent and deciduous dentition. In addition to the aesthetic changes in color and shape, severe pain is often part of the symptoms of MIH.

As treating dentist, you are usually faced with a difficult task, especially with regards to diagnosis and treatment options for the different degrees of MIH. But even if the causes of molar incisor hypomineralization are still not adequately clarified, numerous important advances have been made in recent years regarding treatment options for the disease.

We have been able to win leading, interdisciplinary MIH experts as speakers for you. They will present you innovative, diagnostic procedures as well as preventive and restorative MIH therapies. After each webinar you will be able to discuss the different approaches with the specialists and you can receive CE credits for participating in this online congress.

We look forward to seeing you online!

Georg Haux
Managing Director | GC Germany GmbH