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Usure dentaire : comment optimiser les valeurs d’adhérence à la dentine sclérotique ? Revue systématique de la littérature

Abstract : Dental wear phenomena cause structural modification of the bonding substrate. Adaptive strategies must be sought to make the tissues, especially sclerotic dentin, more receptive to micromechanical retention and adhesion. Various strategies have been suggested in the literature to improve adhesion to sclerotic dentin, but currently no consensus protocol exists. The objective of this systematic review of the literature was to analyze studies that aimed at evaluating protocols to optimize sclerotic dentin adhesion. The search was performed using the PRISMA method, from the Pubmed database. Forty-five articles meeting the inclusion criteria were selected for the final analysis. Among these articles, the nature of the sample, the protocol evaluated and the results obtained were extracted and classified. This work resulted in an optimal bonding protocol that included rubber dam isolation, pre-treatment and selection of adhesive system. Despite the results obtained, more clinical studies are needed to identify the optimal protocol to improve bonding values to sclerotic dentin.
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Gabrielle Carre. Usure dentaire : comment optimiser les valeurs d’adhérence à la dentine sclérotique ? Revue systématique de la littérature. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2021. ⟨dumas-03429391⟩

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