Traitement des lésions carieuses profondes : choix des matériaux et préservation pulpaire

Abstract : The carious disease, the most common chronic disease worldwide, if not treated in time, progresses towards the pulp. The good management of deep carious lesions and possible pulpal symptomatology is the last bastion against aggression, before sinking into an irreversible pulpal pathology. The restoration of deep carious lesions is a treatment that requires careful thought to ensure the long-term restoration and optimal protection of the pulp. The purpose of this work is to present the various therapeutic weapons available to the practitioner in order to treat these deep carious lesions and preserve pulp vitality. After defining the etiology of caries, its classification methods and the means of detecting it, we will focus in more detail on the histological peculiarities that make deep carious lesions of cases requiring reflection and method. We will then see the various advantages and disadvantages of biomaterials for preserving pulp vitality in the context of pulp therapy. Finally, after studying the different biomaterials of final restoration and dentinal substitutes, we will focus on their conditions of use according to multifactorial parameters of this type of restoration.
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Pierre Buttigieg. Traitement des lésions carieuses profondes : choix des matériaux et préservation pulpaire. Chirurgie. 2018. ⟨dumas-02006296⟩

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