Publications et communications

Communications du Dr Rioux

Communications

  • Guide diagnostique et orthodontie précoce. Intervention journée inter-professionnelle de la maîtrise universitaire en logopédie, UniMail Genève, Avril 2016, Avril 2017, Avril 2018
  • Déglutition et orthodontie, formation continue des ostéopathes, école d’ostéopathie de Genève,  Novembre 2013.

  •  L’interception en orthodontie, cabinet médical Noshak, société suisse romande des logopédistes (ARLD), Mai 2013.

  •  Rioux E, Arni P. Le traitement des classes II en Suisse, Journées de l’Orthodontie, journée des orthésistes, Novembre 2012.

  • Nouveau procédé de correction orthodontique par arcs anatomiques. Journées de l’Orthodontie, graines de conférenciers, Novembre 2012.

  • Rioux E, Decker A, Defrennes D. Therapeutic thoughts on the treatment of sequellae of labial-alveolar-palatal clefts in adults patients. Communication affichée dans le cadre du mémoire CECSMO, aux Journées de l’Orthodontie, Novembre 2011.

  • Communication JO 2011

  • Rioux E., S.Saidi. Sourires et corridors labiaux. 3ème rencontre des orthodontistes francophones, Société Tunisienne d’Orthopédie Dento-Faciale, Tozeur, Tunisie, Avril 2009.

  • Rioux E. Le Développement de l’Os hyoïde chez l’Homme. SFODF, Versailles, Mai 2007.

  • Rioux E. A propos d’un Cas d’Hypophosphatémie liée à l’X. Congrès de Pédodontie, Rennes, Avril 2007.

  • Rioux E. Les Dyschromies post-traumatiques. Signification et Attitude thérapeutique. AOM, Montrouge, Mars 2007.

Publications et travaux du Dr Rioux

Travaux scientifiques

  • Thèse de 2ème cycle : « le Développement de l’Os hyoïde chez l’Homme », 2007 (félicitations du jury, droit à publication immédiate).
  • Mémoire de synthèse clinique pour l’Attestation d’Etudes Approfondies : « Absence d’une Incisive centrale permanente maxillaire : Gestion omnipratique et Rôle de l’Orthodontiste », 2008
  • Mémoire de spécialité pour le CECSMO (Certificat d’Etudes Cliniques Spécialisées Mention Orthodontie): « Réflexions thérapeutiques sur le traitement des séquelles de fentes labio-alvéolo-palatines chez le patient adulte».

Publications

Résumés

Therapeutic thoughts on the treatment of sequellae of labial-alveolar-palatal clefts in adults patients-Part 1, International Orthodontics 10 (2012) pp. 241-260

With a worldwide incidence of 1/750 live births, facial clefts rank as the second most frequent congenital malformation. The term sequelaeis used here to designate the conditions, which follow and are the result of labial-alveolar-palatal clefts. Most sequelae stem in fact from primary treatment and not from the initial malformation. However, there is no consensus regarding a management protocol. Among the 201 European centers treating this type of malformation, 194 different protocols are used for unilateral facial clefts alone! Unfortunately, primary surgery can trigger a wide range of harmful consequences. It is for this reason that secondary surgery is called for, generally after the adolescent growth spurt. Nonetheless, the children concerned are some- times lost to treatment only to re-emerge in adulthood, aware of the presence of the resultant defects and looking for facial esthetic improvement. The sequelae of labial-alveolar-palatal clefts can take on very different clinical forms according to whether the cleft has been treated or not and the type and timing of the procedures performed. The surgeons experience will be paramount in the management of such cases, which draws heavily upon dento-maxillo-facial orthopedics. In this context we intend, in this paper, to propose modalities for the manage- ment of labial-alveolar-palatal clefts supported by information currently available in the literature. Management of labial- alveolar-palatal clefts requires an interdisciplinary rather than a multi- or pluridisciplinary, approach. The practitioner coordinating the management must, like an orchestra conductor, ensure both the rhythm and the tempo of the treatment. The rhythm will determine the choice of chronological protocol and the tempo will govern the timing and importance given to each of the specialists involved. Practices vary from country to country but the orthodontist may be called on to assume this responsibility.

A propos dun cas de traction dune incisive, Chirurgien Dentiste de France, mai 2012

Les praticiens se sont depuis fort longtemps intéressés aux problèmes suscités par la présence de dents retenues, incluses, par leur dégagement et leur mise en place sur larcade dentaire. Après un bref rappel de l’étiopathogénie des inclusions dentaires et de leur diagnostic et traitement, nous verrons au travers de ce cas clinique pourquoi et comment une approche pluri-disciplinaire est importante pour le patient.

Therapeutic thoughts on the treatment of sequellae of labial-alveolar-palatal clefts in adult patientsPart 2, International Orthodontics 10 (2012) pp. 404-421

The term sequelaeis used here to designate the conditions, which follow and are the result of labial-alveolar-palatal clefts. Most sequelae stem in fact from primary treatment and not from the initial malformation. However, there is no consensus regarding a management protocol. Among the 201 European centers treating this type of malformation, 194 different protocols are used for unilateral facial clefts alone! Unfortunately, primary surgery can trigger a wide range of harmful repercussions. It is for this reason that secondary surgery is called for, generally after the adolescent growth spurt. The aim is to correct the damage done by primary surgery, and that impact functions such as speech, breathing and swallowing, as well as morphological and psychological development. Nonetheless, the children concerned are sometimes lost to treatment only to re-emerge in adulthood, aware of the resultant defects and looking for facial esthetic improvement. The sequelae of labial-alveolar-palatal clefts take very different clinical forms according to whether the cleft has been treated or not and the type and timing of the procedures performed. The surgeons experience will be paramount in the management of such cases, which draws heavily upon dento-maxillo-facial orthopedics. In this context, we intend, in this paper, to propose modalities for the management of labial-alveolar-palatal clefts supported by information currently available in the literature. Management of labial-alveolar-palatal clefts requires an interdisciplinary rather than the only multidisciplinary approach. The practitioner coordinating the management must, like an orchestra conductor, ensure both the rhythm and the tempo of the treatment. The rhythm will determine the choice of chronological protocol and the tempo will govern the timing and importance given to each of the specialists involved. Practices vary from country to country but the orthodontist may be called on to assume this responsibility.