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Gestion de la limite cervicale dans les restaurations postérieures indirectes collées

Abstract : The management of cervical margins is a major stake for the success of our preparations, however very low or sub-gingival preparations cause various technical problems in which we are interested. Techniques are available to alleviate these clinical difficulties, such as crown lengthening, a surgical technique that has been widely described in the literature and available for many years and which consists of exposing the subgingival cervical margin by displacing apical supporting tissues. Sometimes considered too invasive by certain authors, Dietschi & Spreafico (1998) proposed a technique that would enable to preserve tissues while producing a collage to achieve deep margin elevation. This technique is now broadly used to reposition preparation limits from intrasulcular to subgingival. Due to a growing interest in this technique, we shall define an operating protocol for cervical margin elevation, which will further be illustrated by a clinical case.
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Lisa Giovanna. Gestion de la limite cervicale dans les restaurations postérieures indirectes collées . Chirurgie. 2018. ⟨dumas-01780935⟩



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