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  • Jalevik B, Noren JG.  Enamel hypomineralization of permanent first molars: a morphological study and survey of possible aetiological factors.  Int J Paediatr Dent 2000; 10(4): 278-89.  PMID: 11310241

  • Jan J, Vrbic V.  Polychlorinated biphenyls cause developmental enamel defects in children.  Caries Res 2000; 34(6): 469-73.  PMID: 11093020


  • Alaluusua S, Lukinmaa PL, Koskimies M, Pirinen S, Holtta P, Kallio M, Holttinen T, Salmenpera L.  Developmental dental defects associated with long breast feeding.  Eur J Oral Sci 1996; 104(5-6): 493-7.  PMID: 9021315

  • Alaluusua S, Lukinmaa PL, Vartiainen T, Partenan M, Torppa J, Tuomisto J.  Polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzofurans via mother’s milk may cause developmental defects in the child’s teeth.  Environ Toxicol Pharmacol 1996; 1(3): 193-7.  PMID: 21781681

  • Ellwood RP, O’Mullane D.  The association between developmental enamel defects and caries in populations with and without fluoride in their drinking water.  J Public Health Dent 1996; 56(2): 76-80.  PMID: 8863290

  • Seow WK.  A study of the development of the permanent dentition in very low birthweight children.  Pediatr Dent 1996; 18(5): 379-84.  PMID: 8897530


  • Van Amerongen WE, Kreulen CM.  Cheese molars: a pilot study of the etiology of hypocalcifications in first permanent molars.  ASDC J Dent Child 1995; 62(4): 266-9.  PMID: 7593885


  • Suckling GW.  Developmental defects of enamel—historical and present-day perspectives of their pathogenesis.  Adv Dent Res 1989; 3(2): 87-94. PMID: 2701161

  • Suckling GW, Nelson DG, Patel MJ.  Macroscopic and scanning electron microscopic appearance and hardness values of developmental defects in human permanent tooth enamel.  Adv Dent Res 1989; 3(2): 219-33.  PMID: 2640433


  • Koch G, Hallonsten AL, Ludvigsson N, Hansson BO, Holst A, Ullbro C.  Epidemiologic study of idiopathic enamel hypomineralization in permanent teeth of Swedish children.  Community Dent Oral Epidemiol 1987; 15(5): 279-85.  PMID: 3477361

  • Suckling GW, Herbison GP, Brown RH.  Etiological factors influencing the prevalence of developmental defects of dental enamel in nine-year-old New Zealand children participating in a health and development study.  J Dent Res 1987; 66(9): 1466-9.  PMID: 3476618


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