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Bridge collé cantilever tout céramique : à propos de cas cliniques

Abstract : Therapeutics in the case of an anterior single edentulous gap is a difficult challenge to solve despite all the prosthetic possibilities that are available to us. The use of bonded bridges is not a new concept, but their conception, design and biomaterials for bonding have evolved considerably. Many authors have shown, first on metal infrastructures, then on ceramic infrastructures, that it is possible to fix on a pillar, a single wing, fixed to the intermediary. The design of all-ceramic cantilever bonded bridges seems to be a particularly attractive biological and biomechanical alternative. A review of the literature illustrated by four clinical cases will show that these bonded restorations achieve excellent clinical outcomes in terms of longevity over relatively long evaluation periods. In the era of minimally invasive dentistry and tissue preservation, these techniques are an integral part of practitioners' therapeutic arsenal but require a good knowledge of their indications and a weighting in the choice of materials. In specific and clearly defined situations, adhesive bridges can be considered as a minimally invasive, effective and durable therapy in the management of anterior unit edentulous teeth.
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Léa Massé. Bridge collé cantilever tout céramique : à propos de cas cliniques. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2019. ⟨dumas-02359322⟩



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