ORAL REHABILITATION IN THE PATHOLOGY OF DEVELOPMENT DISORDERS
Kamel Earar , Andrei Alexandru Iliescu, Lucian Laurentiu Indrei, Mihaela Gabriela Luca, Cristian Constantin Budacu
Oral rehabilitation involves several stages of work, each of which requires a visit to the dental surgery. Oral restoration involves complete reconstruction, i.e. the restoration of each tooth in the pacient’s oral cavity. Due to the fact that complex multidisciplinary oral rehabilitation and aesthetics are the most requested requirements of patients, they are addressed to the specialist. Oral pathology is that specialty that has as object the diagnosis and the treatment of the diseases that appear at the level of the oral mucosa and of the neighboring anatomical regions. It is on the border between dentistry and other medical specialties and therefore, an interdisciplinary consultation is often required; it is an important tool for medicine to understand the mechanism, the changes of the organ produced by the diseases, the improvement of the diagnosis, not only in his/her lifetime, but also after the death of the patient.An important aspect is the exclusive result determined only by biopsy using pathology, the malignancy or benignancy of a tumor, or by necropsy (autopsy) to establish whether the treatment prescribed by the physician was correct or wrong, data necessary for forensic medicine. Material and method: The study includes a number of 96 cases studied between 201 8-2019, with oral rehabilitation in the pathology of developmental disorders. Results and discussion: Physiopathology as well as morphopathology, completed each other and together constitute a vast field of medical knowledge, the so-called pathology.
Conclusions: Establishing the connection between the cause and the ongoing pathological process is necessary for the treatment and prophylaxis of different diseases.oral pathology, oral rehabilitation, oral restoration