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The Dossiers de l'ADF are a series of compact but comprehensive guides on specific topics relevant to daily practice, published as a follow-up to the work conducted by the various ADF Statutory Committees.
Four new Dossiers are published each year in time for the Annual Meeting. The latest titles include: Shade Taking, from Conventional Methods to Digital Technology; Conscious Sedation in the Dental Surgery;  Assessment Grid for the Prevention of Health Care-Associated Infections in the Dental Surgery. Browse through the list below for more titles

Please note that the Dossiers are available in French only except for Hand Protection in the Dental Office, also available in English here

Les Dossiers de l'ADF - Tous

Adhésifs et substituts de rétention en prothèse amovible 5.00 
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Denture Adhesives and Retention Systems

Written by: Michel POMPIGNOLI, Vianney DESCROIX, Véronique DUPUIS, Philippe MONSENEGO, Michel POSTAIRE, Kazutoyo YASUKAWA
Under the supervision of Samuel KLEINFINGER and Michel GOLDBERG
Published in 2007


The prescription of denture adhesives by oral health care professionals has long been a taboo subject because of its association with the idea of failure. But this line of thought is now totally outworn. The prescription of denture adhesives, designed to enhance denture retention, should meet specific requirements that will guarantee the patient’s comfort and the absence of ill effects on the patient’s oral health. This guide uses a number of epidemiological studies to explore the subject of dental adhesives, their impact on public health, their uses and advantages. The composition and function of each of their constituents are analysed in order to understand how they interact with the various oral structures, and more particularly with the teeth, soft tissues and bone support. The deleterious effects and influence of denture adhesives on the oral microflora of removable denture wearers are described, and rules for correct use and prescription are provided as well as advice to be given to the patients.
Available in French only

 

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Dossier prévoyance 0.00 
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Dossier prévoyance 2014

Helping dentists plan for the futureThe ADF publishes a number of leaflets that deal with various practical matters such as health and retirement plans, estate planning, personal and professional insurance policies, and sick leave (please note these leaflets are available in French only)

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Extension du plateau technique 5.00 
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Extension du plateau technique

Année de publication : 2016



Cabinet secondaire, plateau technique, extension du plateau technique, l’esprit se perd entre les mots. Les questions se font multiples, entre autres : qui peut être propriétaire du plateau technique ? Sous quelles conditions peut-on le louer ? Qui est responsable ? Qu’en est-il des honoraires ?
C’est pourquoi la Commission de Législation Professionnelle, aidée par les avis du Conseil national de l’Ordre édite aujourd’hui ce nouveau dossier de l’ADF.

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Grille technique d’évaluation des règles de radioprotection en cabinets dentaires 5.00 
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Grille technique d’évaluation des règles de radioprotection en cabinets dentaires

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Grille technique d’évaluation pour la prévention des infections associées aux soins 5.00 
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Technical Assessment Grid for the Prevention of Health-Care Related Infections

Available in French only

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Grille technique pour l’évaluation des risques professionnels en cabinet dentaire/Aide à l’élaboration du Document Unique 5.00 
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Occupational Risks in the Dental Office - A guide to writing the "Single Document"

Auteurs : Philippe ROCHER, Alain BERY, Patrick BONNE, Didier BRAHIC, Laurent DELPRAT, Hélène DENOSTE, Stéphanie FERRAND, Alain MOUTARDE
Année de publication : 2013 

 


 

Il faut appréhender le Document Unique, instauré en France il y a plus de 12 ans, non pas comme une charge supplémentaire de travail mais au contraire comme un moyen de prévenir des accidents et maladies professionnels et donc de réduire leurs coûts, pour le cabinet dentaire, par exemple au travers de l’absentéisme et des coûts indirects qui en résultent. Plus qu’une obligation, le Document Unique permet de s’engager efficacement et durablement dans une dynamique de prévention. Ce dossier va vous aider à le mettre en place de façon concrète.

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Les agents locaux en odonto-stomatologie 5.00 
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Topical Treatments in Dentistry

Written by: Martine BONNAURE-MALLET, Hélène CHARDIN, Jean-François NGUYEN, Charles-Daniel ARRETO, Philippe ROCHER, Agnès BLOCH ZUPANIn collaboration with: Liliane ACAR
Published in 2009


There are so many topical treatments available today for oral health care that health professionals and consumers alike are lost for choice. The best known are of course dentifrices; but along with tooth pastes and gels, other products such as mouthwashes, sprays, rinses, and chewing-gum are being increasingly used. These topical treatments differ not only in their dosage form but also in their action, which depends on the active ingredient they contain. This brochure lists the various topical treatments available for oral health care in categories based on the properties of their active ingredients. A whole chapter is also dedicated to excipients, the vehicles that give topical treatments their specific consistency. Another chapter provides definitions of the different dosage forms. The last part of the Dossier explains the rules and regulations, certification and standardisation procedures that apply to these products. The main topical treatments are presented in alphabetical order along with their properties in a non-exhaustive list in the annexe.
available in French only

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Les Céramo-céramiques 5.00 
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Ceramic-Ceramic Systems

Written by: Simon PERELMUTER, Jacques DE COOMAN, Michel DEGRANGE, François LELIÈVRE, Alain LECARDONNEL, Michel POMPIGNOLI, Philippe ROCHERFor the second edtion updates : Jacques Dejou
Under the supervision of Samuel KLEINFINGER and Michel GOLDBERG
Published in 2005 - New version in 2011


Up until recently, ceramics could only be used for the treatment of front teeth. However, technical and industrial progress has largely widened their field of application, with framework ceramics and computer aided design and fabrication now making it possible to use "all-ceramic" techniques in the posterior region and for multiple-teeth restorations. Whatever the type of ceramic restoration chosen, it is essentially the quality of the bonding to the dental tissues that will determine how long it lasts. The range of bonding agents available has also considerably widened, so that tooth-preparation can now be less invasive, thus preserving the vital components of the tooth. Long and mid-term outcomes have fully validated the use of these ceramic materials, which will provide the basis to current and future treatments. This brochure first of all describes the physico-chemical properties of ceramic biomaterials, then shows how each clinical case determines the choice of materials to be used.
Available in French only

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Liste positive des produits désinfectants dentaires (LPDD) - nouvelle édition 2016 5.00 
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Positive list of dental disinfectants/2014

Written by: Martine BONNAURE-MALLET, Hélène CHARDIN, Raphaële GIRARD, Jean-Jacques MORRIER

updated in 2016


Hygiene and asepsis in the dental practice are one of the dentist\'s main concerns. The ADF and the SFHH, the French society for hospital hygiene, have once again joined forces to publish this new edition of the "positive list of disinfectants\" drawn up especially for dentists. The products listed, which are assessed by the ADF/SFHH committee at the request of the laboratories, after invitation by the ADF, meet very specific requirements. They are presented in such a way that practitioners may easily choose the product best suited to a particular use. The brochure provides explanations on choosing the right disinfectant, understanding the labels and knowing how to use each product. This list is updated every year.
Available in French only

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L’irrigation en endodontie 5.00 
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L’irrigation en endodontie

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Obturation canalaire 5.00 
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Root Canal Filling

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Préparation canalaire 5.00 
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Root Canal Shaping

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Protection des mains au cabinet dentaire 5.00 
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Hand Protection in the Dental Surgery

Written by: Michel AUBIER, Samuel KLEINFINGER
Under the supervision of Samuel KLEINFINGER and Michel GOLDBERG
Published in 2003



Hands are the commonest source of contamination, causing 70% to 80% of all cross-infections. Handwashing remains the most effictive method of prevention and is the principal means of avoiding nosocomial infections, as – by stopping transient flora from colonising or soiling the hands and by reducing the amount of commensal flora – it helps to lower the number of micro-organisms present, thereby precluding their transmission. The use of gloves, which does not in any way pre-empt handwashing, is also an absolute necessity in many patient-care situations. Its importance is underlined by thesimple fact – to give but just one example – that, in case of accidental needlestick injury, the glove absorbs 30% to 60% of the blood contained in the needle.A great many types of gloves are nowadays available to dentists and their teams. None, however, can be claimed to be 100% risk-proof – none are impenetrable, all modify the commensal and transient flora of the skin, and some may induce dermatoses and allergies more than others. Nevertheless, although gloves do not guarantee full protection, they do provide a good means of prevention – they simply have to be well chosen and properly used to achieve maximum efficiency and minimum discomfort. This booklet offers an overview of the scientific and historic data concerning hands and hand hygiene, gives detailed information on various types of gloves and related skin problems, and provides practitioners with guidelines on how to achieve the highest possible level of hygiene in their dental surgery.

Now available in English >> download (pdf 621Ko)

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Risques médicaux - Guide de prise en charge par le chirurgien-dentiste 15.00 
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Medical Risks - A Guide for Dentits

Auteurs : Florian LAURENT, Alp ALANTAR, Marc BARANES, Florian BOUAZIZ, Nicolas DAVIDO, Philippe DOUCET
Année de publication : 2013 



Ce document est un guide clinique qui a pour but de présenter de façon claire et synthétique les principaux contextes médicaux à risque pour la prise en charge odontologique. L’un de ses principaux objectifs est de fournir au chirurgien-dentiste les éléments qui déterminent si le patient peut être traité au cabinet dentaire ou s’il relève d’une prise en charge spécialisée. Lorsque le contexte médical permet une prise en charge au cabinet dentaire, le praticien y trouvera les précautions à prendre pour soigner en toute sécurité : les actes contre-indiqués, les précautions vis-à-vis de l’anesthésie, des prescriptions médicamenteuses, etc.

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Risques médicaux - Mise à jour 2016 sur 14 risques 5.00 
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Medical Risks - A Guide for Dentits

 

Auteurs : Florian LAURENT, Alp ALANTAR, Marc BARANES, Florian BOUAZIZ, Philippe DOUCET, Cédric MAUPRIVEZ en partenariat avec les sociétés médicales spécialisées

Année de publication : 2016


Ces nouvelles fiches (Hypertension artérielle, Maladie coronarienne, Arythmies, Insuffisance cardiaque, Risque d’endocardite infectieuse, Asthme, Hépatites virales, Insuffisance hépatique et cirrhose, Maladies inflammatoires chroniques intestinales, Insuffisance rénale, Épilepsie, Maladie d’Alzheimer, VIH et sida, Grossesse et allaitement) ont pour vocation de remplacer les précédentes au sein du document initial publié en 2013.

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Savoir de quoi on parle, 100 mots 5.00 
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Savoir de quoi on parle, 100 mots

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Sedation consciente au cabinet 5.00 
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Sedation consciente au cabinet

Auteurs : Philippe BRENIER, Daniel BANDON, Joseph CHOUKROUN, Alain MOUTARDE, Marc RAUCOULES-AIMÉ, Yvon ROCHE, Paul SAMAKH
Année de publication : 2010


La sédation consciente, technique permettant d’assurer à nos patients un confort physique et psychique, facilite par là même la réalisation de soins conformes aux données actuelles de la science. Le praticien, ainsi libéré de la composante anxiogène, pourra pratiquer une analgésie (anesthésie) de qualité.L’Afssaps ayant pris conscience de ces nouveaux enjeux a levé la réserve hospitalière du MEOPA permettant au praticien libéral d’accéder à cette forme de sédation.Afin de présenter de façon complète et pratique les possibilités de la sédation consciente au cabinet dentaire, ce dossier scientifique aborde successivement :les objectifs et les intérêts de la sédation, l’évaluation du degré d’anxiété, les techniques de sédation disponibles,les avantages et inconvénients, indications et contre-indications, complications, aspects pharmacologiques de la sédation,la sédation par voie orale, par inhalation, par voie intraveineuse, combinée,ses aspects médico-légaux et juridiques.

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Tests biologiques en odontologie 5.00 
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Bioassays in Dentistry

Written by: Odile BARSOTTI, Martine BONNAURE-MALLET, Hélène CHARDIN, Frédéric CUISINIER, Jean-Jacques MORRIER, Valérie ROGER
Under the supervision of Samuel KLEINFINGER and Michel GOLDBERG
Published in 2007


Biological tests designed to provide the etiologic diagnosis of oral diseases and/or to screen individuals at high risk of caries or periodontal disease have been available on the market for a number of years. Can these tests truly improve our ability to identify individuals at risk, to prevent the onset of the disease in these individuals or to check its progress? And can they really help us establish a diagnosis and make our treatment decisions?
The tests available, their targets and indications, are numerous and varied. This guide explores the usefulness of bioassays, and more specifically of microbiological tests, in the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and prognosis of the commonest oral diseases. After describing the targets currently used by laboratories and the basic characteristics of oral diseases, it discusses the indications of these tests and presents the ones available on the French market.
Available in French only

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Tomographie volumique à faisceau conique 5.00 
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Cone Beam Computed Tomography

Available in French only

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