Paola Francescut

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    Molar-Incisor Hypomineralisation

    A clinical approach Abstract: Molar-Incisor Hypomineralization (MIH) is a prevalent developmental dental condition that poses significant challenges in clinical practice. This presentation explores into the clinical perspective of MIH, outlining evidence-based approaches to treatment and providing information on the management strategies employed in Switzerland and it serves as a resource for practitioners seeking to optimize their approach to the diagnosis, management, and prevention of this challenging dental condition.

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    1988-1992: Dental studies at the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. 1998-2005: Assistant and later Senior Assistant at the Department of Conservative, Preventive, and Paediatric Dentistry, University of Bern, Switzerland. 2000: PhD degree under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Adrian Lussi on the topic of caries detection in deciduous teeth. Publications include several research publications covering studies on laser fluorescence-aided caries detection, and other diagnostic methods for occlusal caries, and fissure sealants. 2005: Swiss Specialist Diploma in Paediatric Dentistry. 2017: Certificate in Nitrous Oxide Sedation (Swiss Society of Paediatric Dentistry). Since 2018-until now: (part-time) External Senior Assistant at the Department of Conservative Dentistry, Preventive, and Paediatric Dentistry, University of Bern (headed by Prof. Dr. Hendrik Meyer-Lückel) - involving a training program for master's students and continuing education for general dentists, lectures on the topic paediatric dentistry and sedation in Switzerland and abroad. Work in the private practice since 1992, specializing in Pediatric Dentistry. Member of the Specialist Commission of SVK (Swiss Society of Pediatric Dentistry) since 2024.
    Memberships: SVK (Swiss Society of Pediatric Dentistry), IAPD (International Association of Paediatric Dentistry), EAPD (European Association of Paediatric Dentistry).
    Areas of interest: Behavior Management and special need patients Sedation MIH

Speaker Details
  • Lecture details

    Molar-Incisor Hypomineralisation

    A clinical approach Abstract: Molar-Incisor Hypomineralization (MIH) is a prevalent developmental dental condition that poses significant challenges in clinical practice. This presentation explores into the clinical perspective of MIH, outlining evidence-based approaches to treatment and providing information on the management strategies employed in Switzerland and it serves as a resource for practitioners seeking to optimize their approach to the diagnosis, management, and prevention of this challenging dental condition.

  • CV

    1988-1992: Dental studies at the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. 1998-2005: Assistant and later Senior Assistant at the Department of Conservative, Preventive, and Paediatric Dentistry, University of Bern, Switzerland. 2000: PhD degree under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Adrian Lussi on the topic of caries detection in deciduous teeth. Publications include several research publications covering studies on laser fluorescence-aided caries detection, and other diagnostic methods for occlusal caries, and fissure sealants. 2005: Swiss Specialist Diploma in Paediatric Dentistry. 2017: Certificate in Nitrous Oxide Sedation (Swiss Society of Paediatric Dentistry). Since 2018-until now: (part-time) External Senior Assistant at the Department of Conservative Dentistry, Preventive, and Paediatric Dentistry, University of Bern (headed by Prof. Dr. Hendrik Meyer-Lückel) - involving a training program for master's students and continuing education for general dentists, lectures on the topic paediatric dentistry and sedation in Switzerland and abroad. Work in the private practice since 1992, specializing in Pediatric Dentistry. Member of the Specialist Commission of SVK (Swiss Society of Pediatric Dentistry) since 2024.
    Memberships: SVK (Swiss Society of Pediatric Dentistry), IAPD (International Association of Paediatric Dentistry), EAPD (European Association of Paediatric Dentistry).
    Areas of interest: Behavior Management and special need patients Sedation MIH