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Master Thesis

Les restaurations partielles collées (RPC) de la dent dépulpée postérieure

Abstract : Root canal treatment is a very common act in our practice. Many techniques can restore endodontically treated teeth and with the constant improvement of bonding techniques, conservative dentistry saw the birth of bonded partial restorations. This type of restorations allows significant tissue savings without the use of posts or crown preparation device. The purpose of this thesis is to present from the scientific literature the interest, indications and limits of bonded partial restorations for posterior endodontically treated teeth. In the first part, we recall the characteristics of endodontically treated teeth. The second part enumerates different ways to restore endodontically treated teeth. The third part presents what bonded partial restorations are and compares their survival rate with other restorative techniques. The last part illustrates this thesis using a clinical case.
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Yann Oussalah. Les restaurations partielles collées (RPC) de la dent dépulpée postérieure. Chirurgie. 2018. ⟨dumas-01784290⟩



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