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Master Thesis

Intérêts et limites des prothèses partielles adjointes à complément de rétention implantaire

Abstract : Unfortunately, fixed prostheses cannot respond to all clinical situations due to the presence of surgical, financial or psychological contraindications. Removable partial dentures are among the most common prosthetic rehabilitations in recent years. Patient demands are increasing. The visibility of the unsightly hooks, the instability encountered, the reduced masticatory power are all factors that have led to the association of implantology and partial removable prosthesis. By creating strategic implant abutments, the removable partial dentures with implant retention will meet aesthetic, functional and also prophylactic requirements. The use of implants to stabilize these prostheses will be detailed here. Prospects of evolution towards a fixed solution can be considered thanks to this therapy. In this work, we will focus on the interest of the implant and partial removable prosthesis association, its indications and the limits of this therapy will be studied.
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Amèle Ayed. Intérêts et limites des prothèses partielles adjointes à complément de rétention implantaire. Chirurgie. 2021. ⟨dumas-03362279⟩

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