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Intérêt des techniques CFAO dans la réhabilitation dentaire d'un enfant porteur d'une amélogenèse imparfaite héréditaire

Abstract : Amelogenesis imperfecta (AIH) is a group of developmental abnormalities that affect the structure and clinical appearance of enamel on all or nearly all teeth, in a more or less equal manner (Orphanet definition). It seems complex to perform a global treatment in a child. This work evaluates the difficulties to be taken into account related to the pathology and brings a reflection on treatment strategies.Global rehabilitation by CAD/CAM has several advantages. It allows a better aesthetic and functional improvement than that of reconstructions by preformed pedodontic crowns (CPP) or dental resins, while better preserving the dental tissues. On the other hand, it has other significant advantages for children, such as the speed of manufacture, as well as a cost allowing acceptable care.
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Léa Lotta. Intérêt des techniques CFAO dans la réhabilitation dentaire d'un enfant porteur d'une amélogenèse imparfaite héréditaire. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2019. ⟨dumas-02413340⟩

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