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Master Thesis

Coiffes télescopiques : apports en odontologie prothétique

Abstract : Telescopic crowns were developed in the 1980s as a prosthetic replacement device. This double crown system allows, by a friction mechanism, to increase the retention of a partial removable prosthesis. Nevertheless, despite numerous advantages of telescopic crowns, their removal nature and the necessary rigor represent a major obstacle to its development. The aim of this work is to expose innovations in biomaterials and manufacturing enabling the telescopic prosthesis to be considered as a new prosthetic alternative, in particular in implant-supported prosthesis. After reminding the main principles of a telescopic crown, materials used and its use in tooth-supported prosthesis, this work will expose the feasibility, advantages and disadvantages of implant-supported telescopic prostheses, illustrated by a clinical case. The role of Computer Aided Design and Computer Aided Manufacturing is also exposed. To date, these numerous technological and biomechanical advances have made it possible to solve complex clinical situations and thus encourage practitioners and prosthetists in the way of this therapeutic tool.
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Lisa Al-Kazaz. Coiffes télescopiques : apports en odontologie prothétique. Chirurgie. 2021. ⟨dumas-03556921⟩



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