Hypoplasia

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A disruption during tooth development may affect the enamel.
Generally such a disruption is referred to as hypoplasia (insufficient and/or irregular quantity of enamel).
Tetracycline can cause enamel hypoplasia when taken during pregnancy or by an infant or young child during tooth development.
Tetracycline should not be used during pregnancy or by children ages 8 and under.
In addition, Vitamin D deficiency during tooth development and calcification results in enamel and dentin hypoplasia. The enamel is poorly calcified and may fail to form at all in some areas. In the dentin, areas of uncalcified dentin may result.
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  Composite or veneer restorations can effectively treat this condition.

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