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L'intégration minérale en Implantologie : étude histologique des interfaces autres qu'osseuse lors de la pose d'implant trans-corono-radiculaire

Abstract : The placement of trans-coronal-radicular implants is an unconventional protocol enabling a noninvasive treatment of an edentement caused by the presence of an impacted tooth. The histological purpose of this thesis was to check whether the clinic stability corresponded with a tissue reaction leading to a biological integration or a simple mechanical integration. The thesis shows that the new implant interfaces other than the bone-related ones do not induce inflammatory or deleterious reactions and that the clinical stability of implants can be attributed to biological reactions to interfaces and not to a biomechanical anchorage. Given this new reality, it becomes relevant to acknowledge their existence. Creating a neologism becomes therefore necessary. The concept of mineral Integration unlocks the concept of osseointegration, allowing it to reach more broadly all of the tooth's mineralized tissues.
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Amélie Belinchón Sánchez. L'intégration minérale en Implantologie : étude histologique des interfaces autres qu'osseuse lors de la pose d'implant trans-corono-radiculaire. Chirurgie. 2014. ⟨dumas-01178906⟩

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