Perte prématurée d'une incisive centrale maxillaire permanente : gestion à court, moyen et long terme

Abstract : The central incisor is the most exposed tooth in craniofacial trauma, which occurs mainly in a growth context, at ages when the maturity of the tooth, surrounding bone and dent alveolar ligament is not reached. Some traumas lead to the complete loss of the dental organ. Through this work, we will study the stakes of this early loss in a patient undergoing physical and psychological growth on the functional, physiological, aesthetic and psycho-behavioural levels. In a second step, and in order to respond to these challenges, we will address: Short-term management of the central incisor with emergency management; including the emergency phase. Medium-term management during growth, including transitional and more sustainable solutions. Long-term management, including sustainable solutions requiring the end of growth and negotiating with the consequences of late rehabilitation.
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Thomas Infante. Perte prématurée d'une incisive centrale maxillaire permanente : gestion à court, moyen et long terme. Chirurgie. 2019. ⟨dumas-02049786⟩

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