Prise en charge ortho-chirurgicale de dents incluses multiples

Revue Réalités Cliniques / 20/03/2018
L’inclusion dentaire multiple est rare et est peu décrite dans la littérature scientifique. Le diagnostic de ces inclusions est non seulement clinique mais aussi radiologique. L’imagerie tridimensionnelle y joue d’ailleurs un rôle important. Elle affine le diagnostic et le plan de traitement, permettant ainsi des résultats plus prédictibles dans ces situations cliniques complexes. La prise en charge de ces dents incluses multiples augmente considérablement la durée du traitement. Elle demande à la fois une bonne communication entre le chirurgien oral et l’orthodontiste, et également une coopération importante de la part du patient et des parents. Après avoir décrit le diagnostic et les options thérapeutiques des inclusions multiples, nous présenterons deux cas d’inclusions multiples de dents permanentes.

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