Dentisterie invasive a minima et pratique professionnelle : enquête sur une population de praticiens libéraux en Gironde

Abstract : Carious disease cannot only be reduced to the formation of a cavity in dental tissues, which is the clinical sign of a much more complex underlying process. Treating dental caries with comprehensive patient management, with the intention of improving the long-term prognosis of the patient's teeth and oral health, is the leitmotif of minimally invasive dentistry. The objective of this work is to understand the knowledge and practices of the liberal dentists of Gironde, on the concept of minimally invasive dentistry. Our study shows that the population sample, while sensitive to the value of carious risk assessment, is considering early invasive treatment of carious lesions, without real integration into their non-invasive therapeutic or carious disease management practice. There are certainly many obstacles, our panel judging the lack of recognition by the health system and the lack of training as the main obstacles to a change of practice in accordance with the knowledge and recommendations. The correction of these elements could be one of the keys to the paradigm shift in the management of carious lesions in private practice.
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Thomas Besson. Dentisterie invasive a minima et pratique professionnelle : enquête sur une population de praticiens libéraux en Gironde. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2019. ⟨dumas-02073708⟩

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