Amelogenesis imperfecta: Literature review
Amelogenesis imperfecta (AI) corresponds
to a set of hereditary disorders, which
affects the enamel development in people.
It affects the enamel histological structure,
and the clinical appearance of the temporal
and permanent teeth. AI is described by
several enamel phenotypes, which includes
hypoplastic, hypomaturation and hipocalcified.
In this paper is presented a literature
review about the genetic origin of the AI.