Mise en place d'implants au travers des canines maxillaires incluses : comparaison avec les techniques conventionnelles

Abstract : Maxillary canine has a relatively high inclusion rate ranging from 1 to 3%. When orthodontic traction is difficult to envisage or is in a situation of failure, the option is dental implant. One “unconventional” surgical strategy free itself from the need to extract the impacted tooth and propose the placement of the dental implant through it. The purpose of this work is to study, through a literature review, the current available data to identify the interest and the long term success rate of this technique compared to others rehabilitation techniques (short dental implants and extraction/implantation). The first part deals with generalities about the impacted canine, its diagnosis and its management in child. The second part describes the various conventional techniques of management of impacted maxillary canines in adult, to enable comparison with this “unconventional” technique. The third part show the specificities of the tooth/implant interface compared to the bone/implant interface. The last part is a systematic literature review about dental implant technique through impacted teeth.
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Lisa Saïb. Mise en place d'implants au travers des canines maxillaires incluses : comparaison avec les techniques conventionnelles. Chirurgie. 2019. ⟨dumas-02101279⟩

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