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Master Thesis

Intérêt de l’extrusion orthodontique dans l’aménagement du site pré-implantaire dans le secteur antérieur

Abstract : With today's growing aesthetic expectations, the treatment of anterior single tooth loss is one of the major challenges of modern dentistry. Dental implants offer a comfortable and reliable fixed prosthetic solution. But from a functional and aesthetic point of view, the success of an implant treatment in the short and long term is directly related to the quality and quantity of the available hard and soft tissues. In order to create an ideal environment, many tissue augmentation techniques have been developed. Among them, orthodontic extrusion is an interesting non-invasive method that simultaneously corrects osseous and gingival defects. It consists in extruding the condemned tooth with a fixed or removable device, with a slow speed, in a controlled axis. The periodontium will follow the tooth through bone and gingival proliferation which will improve the pre-implant site.
However, despite good predictability and real advantages, orthodontic extrusion in implantology is still rather unknown. This paper aims to identify recommendations about this technique and its protocol in order to make it more accessible.
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Julie He. Intérêt de l’extrusion orthodontique dans l’aménagement du site pré-implantaire dans le secteur antérieur. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2021. ⟨dumas-03485379⟩



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