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La couronne télescope dentoportée, protocole, indication et comparaison avec les attachements en PAPM

Abstract : This work allows to study telescopic and conical fastening systems, they are an alternative to conventional or precision attachments. These attachments are constituted by a primary crown whose conicity can vary from 0 ° to 6 °; and of a secondary crown which is inscribed on the primary crown. The retention is ensured by friction. These attachments are subject to the laws of the fixed prosthesis for the primary and secondary part, and to the laws of the removable prosthesis for the metal framework. They make it possible to preserve the dental organ which serves as a pillar, while playing an aesthetic role thanks to the absence of hooks. Despite an excellent prognosis of survival when maintenance is performed regularly by a dentist, their use in France remains very limited due to the difficulty of implementation by both the dentist and the laboratory technician. The appearance of new CAD / CAM technologies, however, makes it possible to simplify the laboratory stages, and the ease of maintenance, especially when using implants as prosthesis pillars, bring a renewed interest in this type of attachment.
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Pierre Louis Maze. La couronne télescope dentoportée, protocole, indication et comparaison avec les attachements en PAPM. Chirurgie. 2018. ⟨dumas-01694337⟩

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