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Réhabilitation complexe d'une perte de substance vélaire partielle par obturateur à membrane souple

Abstract : The current obturators protheses used to fill the velar defects are made of hard resin. However, this material does not allow a good adaptation to adjacent mobile tissues. A new concept of a flexible membrane obturator was conceived, adapting more intimately to the defect.This membrane, made up of a dental dam, is easily modelable in its shapes, allowing greater adaptation to the defect. Here is the case of a patient with a right hemi-soft palate defect. Its phonation and swallowing greatly improved with the wearing of this prosthesis.
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Sophie Rollet. Réhabilitation complexe d'une perte de substance vélaire partielle par obturateur à membrane souple. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2020. ⟨dumas-03040649⟩

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