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Intérêt du tenon dans les RMIPP en présence d'un cerclage pour les dents dépulpées : revue systématique de la littérature

Abstract : Introduction: restoring pulped and severely dilapidated teeth is a challenge in the daily practice of the dental surgeon. Currently, several solutions exist, most of them using a root anchor, via a dental post. Our work consists in determining if the use of the post is still relevant, in the presence of a ferrule effect. Material and method: a systematic literature review is carried out on this subject using keywords. Analysis of the results of this research suggests that the post is not always essential in core build-up, particularly for premolars, but also for molars and incisors. Discussion: there is no consensus when comparing the results of the different studies, but the use of the core build-up without post is generally very satisfying, subject to a controlled bonding protocol and the choice of appropriate composite materials. An indication table of these core build-up post free is elaborated. Conclusion: additional In Vivo and In Vitro studies, conducted under specific conditions, may support our hypothesis that in the presence of a ferrule effect, the insertion of a dental post into a core build-up is not necessary.
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Léo Rozensztajn. Intérêt du tenon dans les RMIPP en présence d'un cerclage pour les dents dépulpées : revue systématique de la littérature. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2019. ⟨dumas-02465735⟩

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