Biomimetyczna koncepcja leczenia zębów urazowych w obrębie przedniego odcinka łuku zębowego

Biomimetyczna koncepcja leczenia zębów urazowych w obrębie przedniego odcinka łuku zębowego

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MS 2021; 2: 48-63.

Adam Romaniuk‑Demonchaux

Streszczenie
Rekonstrukcja złamanego zęba wymaga zastosowania nowoczesnych technik zabiegowych, które mogą być realizowane z zastosowaniem minimalnie inwazyjnej techniki klinicznej. Zaopatrywanie zębów, które uległy uszkodzeniu w wyniku urazu, powinno uwzględniać długoterminowy wynik, potencjalne niepowodzenia oraz przyszłe potrzeby leczenia w ciągu następnych dekad. Nadrzędnym celem prowadzonego leczenia powinno być wykonanie odbudowy, która naśladuje właściwości funkcjonalne i estetyczne nienaruszonego zęba.

Abstract
Reconstruction of a fractured tooth requires the use of advanced surgical techniques that can be performed in a minimally invasive clinical technique. Treatment of teeth that have been damaged by trauma should consider the long-term outcome, potential failures, and future treatment needs over the next decades. The overarching goal of the treatment provided should be to produce a restoration that imitates the functional and aesthetic properties of the intact tooth.

Hasła indeksowe: uraz, biomimetyka, rekonstrukcja
Key words: trauma, biomimetics, reconstruction

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