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Master Thesis

Résultats à long terme du traitement parodontal par les Amélogénines

Abstract : Periodontitis has been defined, since 2017, as a chronic multifactorial inflammatory disease associated with the dysbiotic plaque’s biofilms and characterized by a progressive destruction of the tooth support device. The ultimate objective of periodontal therapy, after mastering the inflammatory nature of the disease, is the regeneration of destroyed tissues to restore their functions. In 1997, Hammarström introduced the concept of induced tissue regeneration by the use of the dental enamel proteins, mainly composed of amelogenins. The aim of this study is to evaluate by a literature review, the long term result of regenerative periodontal therapy.
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Florence Duprat. Résultats à long terme du traitement parodontal par les Amélogénines. Chirurgie. 2020. ⟨dumas-03191836⟩