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Master Thesis

Conséquences des dysfonctions et des parafonctions sur l’occlusion du jeune patient et leur prise en charge pluridisciplinaire

Abstract : Orofacial functions (such as ventilation, lingual resting posture, swallowing, phonation and chewing) play an important role in child dental occlusion. Any disturbance of the orofacial balance that is the result of a dysfunction or a parafunction can therefore cause a more or less severe malocclusion. Dentists are part of the front line in the detection and diagnosis of dysfunctions and parafunctions. They are able to treat some etiologies, eliminate anatomical obstacles, correct dysfunctions and remove parafunctions. However, they will have to work with different health professionals in order to offer the patient the most complete, strategic and coordinated care.
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Marina Traing. Conséquences des dysfonctions et des parafonctions sur l’occlusion du jeune patient et leur prise en charge pluridisciplinaire. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2021. ⟨dumas-03457877⟩

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