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Dentinogenèse imparfaite héréditaire : prise en charge esthétique de la denture permanente

Abstract : Hereditary dentinogenesis imperfecta is a rare genetic disorder that affects the composition and structure of dentine. This disease is expressed indifferently in both dentitions. The main clinical features are attrition and dyschromia. On X-Ray, symptoms appear as globular crowns and slender roots with calcified endodontic ducts. There is currently no consensus on its treatment in permanent teeth, and the prejudices linked to aesthetic or also functional failures can be paramount. The aim of this work is to provide an overview of Case Reports in the international dental literature and to highlight the main therapeutic choices. Publications which iconography work allows analysis have been presented and discussed in order to underline aesthetic limits and achievements.
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Alexandre Marin. Dentinogenèse imparfaite héréditaire : prise en charge esthétique de la denture permanente. Chirurgie. 2019. ⟨dumas-02297068⟩

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