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La technique du composite injecté : restauration esthétique et fonctionnelle minimalement invasive des secteurs antérieurs chez le patient atteint d'érosion sévère. Cas clinique à 6 mois de suivi

Abstract : In recent years, the prevalence of patients with erosive wear has been constantly increasing. The dental practitioner is faced with a real challenge in diagnosing and managing the etiology and therapy. With a minimally invasive approach, the practitioner must be able to satisfy aesthetics and function in a predictable and simplified manner. In anterior restorations, the literature suggests the use of direct or indirect techniques. To date, no single technique or material has been shown to be superior in managing these cases of wear. Direct techniques are for the most part time-consuming, operator-dependent, and may represent an aesthetic challenge for the clinician. The multiplicity and diversity of procedures often necessary for the global rehabilitation of these patients leads to consider the financial aspect. The aim of this work was to propose an alternative technique to the current methods, allowing the restoration of aesthetics and function in a simplified, predictive and precise way, while limiting its cost, through an original clinical case. Thus, we chose the injected composite technique to restore the mandibular anterior sector. This direct/indirect technique allows the injection of highly filled flowable resin (G-ænial ®Universal Injectable) through a transparent silicone index (Exaclear) made from a wax up. The results obtained immediately and at 6 months were satisfactory despite the presence of easily polishable stains during maintenance sessions. Only long-term follow-up and the multiplicity of further similar cases will allow the validity of this technique.
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Josépha Hajjar. La technique du composite injecté : restauration esthétique et fonctionnelle minimalement invasive des secteurs antérieurs chez le patient atteint d'érosion sévère. Cas clinique à 6 mois de suivi. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2022. ⟨dumas-03627168⟩

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