Restaurations postérieures indirectes en composite - Partie IDe la méthode artisanale aux blocs usinables

Revue Réalités Cliniques / 03/12/2018
RésuméLes matériaux composites sont particulièrement intéressants pour la réalisation de restaurations postérieures indirectes de type inlay, onlay, overlay. En effet, ils permettent de rétablir l’esthétique, la fonction, la biomécanique de l’organe dentaire tout en préservant sa biologie. Les restaurations indirectes en composite peuvent être fabriquées selon deux procédés : artisanalement, avec des composites sous forme de pâte, ou par CFAO, avec des blocs à usiner. La connaissance des matériaux est importante car elle permet de faire des choix thérapeutiques plus appropriés face à une situation clinique.

Abstract Composite indirect posterior restorations
Part I: From the handworker to the machinable blocks
Composite materials are particularly interesting for the production of indirect posterior restorations such as inlays, onlays, or overlays. They contribute to the restoration of aesthetics, function and the biomechanics of the dental organ while maintaining its biology. Indirect composite restorations can be manufactured using two processes: handwork, using composite in the form of paste or by CAD/CAM, with millable blocks. The knowledge of materials is important because it allows more appropriate therapeutic choices to be made in a given clinical situation.

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