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Corrélation entre risque carieux et charge bactérienne : outil potentiel de décision thérapeutique

Abstract : Many Oral infectious diseases such as dental caries or periodontitis are the result of an organised biofilm. Biofilm’s formation is a multifactorial event involving for example diet (sugar consumption), oral hygiene and oral microbiote composition. The risk to develop the disease is then specific to each individual. The clinician should be able to assess the patient risk in order to use a specific therapeutic in accordance. A simple to use, fast and low cost diagnostic tool doesn’t exist today. Rather than identifying specific species involved in carie development, we aim to measure the activity/quantity of microorganisms at specific sites. In doing so we are trying to find a link between these measurement and carie progression. We used the “2 MIN UNIT-ORAL® " from Clinident institute in our pilot experiment and found interesting results that will lead us to develop an exhaustive clinic study.
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Joffrey Degoutin. Corrélation entre risque carieux et charge bactérienne : outil potentiel de décision thérapeutique. Chirurgie. 2019. ⟨dumas-02286491⟩

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