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L'apport du caillot sanguin dans la technique de revascularisation des dents permanentes immatures traumatisées: revue systématique de la littérature

Abstract : Endodontic treatment of immature teeth remains problematic where no scientific consensus exists. The Revascularization technique is not used as it should be and is done at last intention, whereas apexification is preferred to apical closure. We worked in this thesis on the use of blood clot in the revascularization technique. Studies have shown dentin walls enlargement in association with apical closure due to stem cells, reducing considerably long-term root fracture risk and ensuring a better tooth perennity. Apical diameter and patient’s age have a clear impact on previous criteria. At minimal invasive dentistry time, this process which is known for several decades should be put back on the leading places of our therapeutical arsenal. Many case report studies highlight promising results, but preparation and several appointments realization slow down practicians to use it.
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Léo-Paul Guédon. L'apport du caillot sanguin dans la technique de revascularisation des dents permanentes immatures traumatisées: revue systématique de la littérature. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2020. ⟨dumas-03040678⟩

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