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Les restaurations postérieures partielles indirectes collées : choix du matériau

Abstract : Due to the advent of bonding and dentists’ awareness of the principle of tissue economy, indirect bonded partial restorations occupy a major place in the practice of modern dentists.Many biomaterials intended for this use are available today, this work aims to give the clinician elements to guide the choice during clinical exercise. To do this, some essential reminders on the properties of dental tissues are discussed in the first part, then the reading of articles allowed to comment on the characteristic properties of different materials as well as their success rate in vivo and the main causes of failure. Even if it is still difficult to assert a frank superiority of a material for all clinical situations, overall vitreous ceramics obtain good long-term results.The most recent research gives hope for the advent of new biomaterials reaching a higher level of biomimicry.
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Wissam Barakat. Les restaurations postérieures partielles indirectes collées : choix du matériau. Chirurgie. 2020. ⟨dumas-03176092⟩



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