Atrycja – aktualny problem kliniczny na podstawie piśmiennictwa

Atrycja – aktualny problem kliniczny na podstawie piśmiennictwa

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Kup artykuł
MS 2020; 9: 76-80.
Sara Stano, Małgorzata Płuciennik-Stronias, Elżbieta Bołtacz-Rzepkowska

Streszczenie
Starcie zębów w postaci atrycji dotyczy każdego człowieka. Rozwój stomatologii pozwolił poznać etiologię tych zmian i wypracować różnorodne metody oceniające ich nasilenie. Aktualne badania kliniczne dotyczące atrycji wskazują na różne czynniki predysponujące do starcia zębów i poszukują nowych metod oceny tych zmian.

Abstract
Teeth wear in the form of attrition affects every human. The development of dentistry has enabled the study regarding etiology and its constant evolution of understanding, leading to the development of various methods to assess their severity. Current clinical research on attrition indicates various factors predisposing to tooth wear and are seeking new methods for assessing lesions.

Hasła indeksowe: atrycja, starcie zębów, czynniki ryzyka, metody pomiaru
Key words: attrition, tooth wear, risk factors, measurement methods

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