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Master Thesis

Apport du numérique en prothèse complète : intégration esthétique et fonctionnelle

Abstract : The digital tool appeared in the 1980s with the application of CAD/CAM applied in dentistry. At the same time, the first intraoral scanners were developed to replace physical impressions in the practice. Since then, the tools have been perfected and new devices have appeared such as facial scanners, T-scans or recent digital facebow as well as 4D registration by Modjaw®. This means permit to diversify the data necessary for computer-aided design and allow it to compete with conventional methods. In complete prosthetics, most of these tools allow to speed up and simplify the workflow necessary to produce complete denture. However, the limits of digital technology are discussed among to record soft tissues and despicability of mucosa by optical scanners. By this works we sought to discuss the advances and limits of digital in complete denture and proposed a protocol for the realization of prosthetics with the best of these digital tools in the conventional technical.
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Mélissa Granville. Apport du numérique en prothèse complète : intégration esthétique et fonctionnelle. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2021. ⟨dumas-03534256⟩

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