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Réhabilitation globale chez un patient bruxomane : à propos d'un cas clinique

Abstract : Bruxism is described as the unconscious grinding or clenching of teeth. The consequences of bruxism are numerous and require a comprehensive management. As a result, in order to ensure sustainable restorations, careful consideration of the protocols adapted to patients, as well as the choice of prosthetic materials, are required. The overall rehabilitation of bruxism patients consists of four main stages, each ensuring a good prognosis of the treatment : 1) awareness of bruxism by the patient ; 2) the development of an adapted treatment plan including treatment of bruxism in parallel with the prosthetic work; 3) temporisation during the provisional phase and 4) regular monitoring of the patient during the maintenance phase. This work is divided into two sections : The first, concentrating on key principles of bruxism, and the second, focusing on a clinical case which considers the analysis and different stages of the rehabilitation of the bruxism patient, here called Mister P.
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Erina Cerepi. Réhabilitation globale chez un patient bruxomane : à propos d'un cas clinique. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2020. ⟨dumas-02632659⟩



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