Część 3. Wpływ rekonstrukcji docelowych na wynik leczenia endodontycznego

Część 3. Wpływ rekonstrukcji docelowych na wynik leczenia endodontycznego

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Część 3. Wpływ rekonstrukcji docelowych na wynik leczenia endodontycznego

Part 3. Effect of target reconstruction on the endodontic treatment outcome

Adam Romaniuk-Demonchaux

Wykonanie rekonstrukcji docelowej należy traktować jako etap leczenia endodontycznego i powinno być zaplanowane przed rozpoczęciem leczenia kanałowego. Wykonanie rekonstrukcji docelowej powinno być przeprowadzone niezwłocznie po zakończeniu leczenia endodontycznego, bezpośrednio po wypełnieniu kanałów korzeniowych. Kluczowe znaczenie dla wyboru metody docelowego zaopatrzenia zniszczonej korony ma ilość i jakość pozostałych tkanek zęba oraz funkcjonalne obciążenia oddziałujące na kompleks: korona kliniczna–rekonstrukcja.

Target reconstruction should be considered as a step-in endodontic treatment and should be planned prior to the commencement of root canal treatment. Its performance should be performed immediately after endodontic treatment is completed or immediately after root canal fi lling. The number of remaining tooth tissues and the functional load affecting the clinical crown-reconstruction complex are of key importance for the selection of the method of target treatment of the damaged crown.

Hasła indeksowe: leczenie endodontyczne, odbudowa docelowa, rekonstrukcja adhezyjna pośrednia

Key words: endodontic treatment, target reconstruction, indirect adhesive reconstruction


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