alexa Tooth-surface loss related to pregnancy-induced vomiting.
Dentistry

Dentistry

Dentistry

Author(s): Evans RD, Briggs PF

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Abstract We present a clinical case of tooth-surface loss affecting the palatal surfaces of the upper incisors, caused by prolonged pregnancy-induced vomiting. The patient was successfully treated, first orthodontically and then with indirect composite palatal veneers. As dental practitioners, we should be aware of this problem when screening pregnant patients, as early diagnosis and prevention are important.
This article was published in Prim Dent Care and referenced in Dentistry

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