Les résorptions cervicales externes

Abstract : External cervical resorption is a dynamic process that impact the dental hard tissue, periodontal and in a late stage pulpal tissue. The external cervical resorption development is due to an aggression of the desmodonte and the adjacent cementum. This phenomenon was discovered in the 19th century. The studies of the last two decades enabled to better understand this complex process. A precise diagnosis allows the clinician to make a specific treatment and to preserve the damaged teeth. The first part discusses of the histologic and the physiopathologic process of the external cervical resorption. The second part deals with the different classification of external cervical resorptions. The third part explain the etiology of the external cervical resorption. Finally, the fourth part develops the different diagnostic tools and treatments of the external cervical resorptions.
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Lia Canella. Les résorptions cervicales externes. Chirurgie. 2018. ⟨dumas-01944322⟩

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