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Résines composites à base de matrice OrMoCer® dans les techniques directes

Abstract : Today we have at our disposal a wide range of composite resins, whose clinical performance is very variable. Some issues are common to all of these resins, such as the volumetric withdrawal observed thanks to the reticulation of the matrix, or the cytotoxicity related to the release of monomers. New innovative matrices "OrMoCer®" have been commercialized in order to reduce these issues. The substitution of the resinous matrix by silica-based and oxygen-based polymers, on which alkoxysilanized methacrylate groups are grafted, would make it possible to obtain a reduction in volumetric shrinkage as well as cytotoxicity, according to laboratory tests. However, clinical trials are still too few, and their results are not statistically significant. Since 2015, a new generation of OrMoCer® matrix has emerged, promising superior clinical performance. The encouraging results of the laboratory studies are waiting to be validated and confirmed by clinical studies.
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Abderrahim Kaddouri. Résines composites à base de matrice OrMoCer® dans les techniques directes. Chirurgie. 2019. ⟨dumas-02485362⟩



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