Les restaurations prothétiques fixes dento-implanto-portées : connaissances actuelles et perspectives d'avenir

Abstract : The design of a mixed prosthesis, also called implant-tooth-supported fixed partial prosthesis raises a major biomechanical issue concerning the sustainability of the treatment done. The difference between the attachments generates harmful mechanical imbalances. Indeed, the implant is osseointegrated whereas the tooth is surrounded by the periodontal ligament that gives mobility and damping properties. The purpose of this thesis work is to present a comprehensive picture of this type of prosthesis. Firstly, it assesses the biomechanical difficulties and the induced side effects in order to precisely define the specific indications for the use of mixed prosthesis as an alternative treatment. Also, it exposes the principles of tissue engineering that could provide promising prospects for this research field.
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Vincent Maltese. Les restaurations prothétiques fixes dento-implanto-portées : connaissances actuelles et perspectives d'avenir. Chirurgie. 2018. ⟨dumas-01934894⟩

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