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L’endodontie minimalement invasive, du diagnostic à l’obturation

Abstract : The minimally invasive philosophy follows the technical advancements in crown restoration by bonding methods. Endodontics are therefore subject to practitioners' attempts to reduce their impact on the treated tooth. This is why, from diagnostic to obturation, this thesis evaluates modern techniques as well as their true clinical relevance. If, access cavities are the banner of this philosophy, their added value is nevertheless controversial. It is interesting to link shaping and irrigation, their connection being obvious in terms of both efficiency and preparedness. Ultimately, thanks to the addition of a new range of sealants, the prospect of simplification and risk mitigation of the treatment-concluding obturation are greatly enhanced. Minimally invasive endodontics needs to adhere to treatment objectives that sometimes prove to be complicated. As a result, minimally invasive is an ethos in endodontics that can not be applied on a day-to-day basis but must remain the practitioner's aim.
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Paul Pradignac. L’endodontie minimalement invasive, du diagnostic à l’obturation. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2021. ⟨dumas-03430187⟩

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