Brisbane Paediatric Dentist Introduces Specialised Enamel Hypoplasia Treatment

Australia, 17th May 2024 – Brisbane Paediatric Dentist, a leading provider of specialised dental care for children, has announced the introduction of a new treatment for enamel hypoplasia, a prevalent dental condition affecting both baby and permanent teeth in children The new treatment will be available at their clinic located at the Village Shopping Centre, Shop 7/1932 Logan Road, Upper Mount Gravatt QLD 4122.

Enamel hypoplasia manifests as discoloured, pitted, or thin enamel, often identified by brown, yellow, cream-coloured, or white spots on the teeth that do not disappear after brushing. Affected children might also display grooves, streaks, or pits on the surface of their teeth. This condition not only impacts the appearance of a child’s smile but also their oral health, increasing sensitivity to temperature and the risk of severe dental decay due to the diminished protective layer of enamel.

The clinic’s owner, Ian Mason, emphasised the importance of addressing this condition early. “Enamel hypoplasia can significantly affect a child’s quality of life, not just by altering the aesthetics of their smile, but by making everyday activities like eating and drinking uncomfortable. The new treatment protocols are designed to restore the integrity of the enamel, thereby reducing discomfort and preventing further oral health issues.”

The treatment plan developed by Brisbane Paediatric Dentist involves a comprehensive approach that includes the assessment of the severity of enamel loss, the application of remineralising agents to strengthen the teeth, and the use of advanced dental sealants to protect vulnerable areas from decay. The clinic’s specialised paediatric dental team, led by Dr. Ellie Nadian, is trained to provide these treatments in a manner that ensures comfort and ease for young patients.

Enamel formation is a critical process that begins in utero and continues until a child is approximately eight years old. Disturbances during this period, due to factors such as nutritional deficiencies, environmental influences, or genetic predispositions, can lead to enamel hypoplasia. Recognising the signs early in a child’s life is crucial for effective treatment and prevention of further complications.

Mason also discussed the future outlook for paediatric dental health at Brisbane Paediatric Dentist. “Looking ahead, the team is committed to pioneering preventive care and treatment innovations that address not only enamel hypoplasia but a wide range of paediatric dental issues. The goal is to set a new standard in children’s oral health care, ensuring that every child treated by the team maintains a healthy, confident smile as they grow.”

The introduction of this specialised treatment underscores Brisbane Paediatric Dentist’s dedication to providing high-quality, compassionate dental care tailored to the unique needs of children. By focusing on specialised treatments like this, the clinic continues to lead in the field of paediatric dentistry, promoting better oral health outcomes for the next generation.

Parents seeking more information about the new enamel hypoplasia treatment or other paediatric dental services offered by Brisbane Paediatric Dentist can contact the clinic at (07) 3343 4880 or via email at

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Organization: Brisbane Paediatric Dentist

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Address: The Village Shopping Centre, Shop 7/1932 Logan Rd

Address 2: Upper Mount Gravatt QLD 4122

Country: Australia

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