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Master Thesis

Évolution des armatures vissées en implantologie orale chez l'édenté complet

Abstract : Since the global presentation of osseointegration and osteo-anchored prostheses at the Toronto Conference (1982), technical and scientific advances have considerably widened the range of possibilities of screw-retained full-arch prostheses, which rehabilitate an edentulous patient. These prostheses are composed of a framework and a cosmetic covering. Framework constitutes the infrastructure of the prosthesis, supporting the cosmetic covering visible in the mouth. From casting techniques to milling and nowdays also digital techniques, this thesis exposes manufacturing of implant supra-structures evolution over time. Historically used materials (gold), currently used ones (titanium, chrome-cobalt alloys, zirconia) and the potential next generation materials (PAEKs, fiber-reinforced polymers (PRF), polymer-infiltrated silicon nitride composite (PISNC) are also discussed in this document. Knowing the materials properties and the advantages and disadvantages of the different procedures will allow the clinician to choose the most appropriate therapeutic solution for the patient and his clinical situation.
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Emma Bourgain. Évolution des armatures vissées en implantologie orale chez l'édenté complet. Chirurgie. 2020. ⟨dumas-03257698⟩



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