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Esclassan Remi

Esclassan Rémi
Senior Lecturer and Hospital practitioner (MCU-PH), Faculty of Odontology and Dental Hospital, Toulouse

Contact :
Tel : 00(33)-(0)5 61 77 83 78 (Service d’Odontologie de Hôtel-Dieu)

Research topics
My research topics focus on three main items at the AMIS Laboratory and the Dental faculty of Toulouse :
1) Anthropology
2) Prosthodontics
3) Human and Social Sciences

Current Research
1. Anthropology
* Study of caries and tooth wear in teeth from medieval populations in collaboration with anthropologists and INRAP’s archeologists (National Institute for Preventive Archaeology Research).
* Health and dental status of ancient populations in connection with their diet.
* Ancient DNA and dental calculus (With C. Theves and X. Mata)
* Research of pathogens and population genetic (With C. Theves and X. Mata)
* Morphological and morphometric dental characterisation in population study : interests of 3D imaging (With J. Braga and F. Vaysse).

2. Prosthodontics
* Assessment of occupational practice.
* Prosthodontics in special care patients.

3. Human and Social Sciences (HSS)
* History of odontology and medicine
* Place of health comics in pedagogy.

Directions and teaching activities
*Teaching for undergraduate and postgraduate students in prosthodontics.
*Supervising dental students for their dental practice dissertation.
*Teaching in the Master of Anthropology degree and supervising Master’s degree students and PhD students.
*Teaching first year students of medicine and pharmacy (HSS).


Recent publications

* R. ESCLASSAN, A. RUMERIO, P. MONTSARRAT, JC COMBADAZOU, J. CHAMPION, et al. “Optimal duration of Ultra Low Frequency-Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (ULF-TENS) therapy for muscular relaxation in neuromuscular occlusion : a preliminary clinical study”. Cranio (The Journal of Craniomandibular and Sleep Practice). 2016 Apr 8:1-5 (Epub ahead of print)
* D. CARAYON, F. VAYSSE, J. DUMONCEL, P. TRAMINI, R. ESCLASSAN. “The age-related maturational pattern of the human subarcuate fossa (petromastoid canal). Preliminary results from the application of a new three-dimensional analytical approach”. Palevol. (Comptes Rendus de l’Académie des Sciences). 2015 ;14:139-145.
* F. DESTRUHAUT, P. POMAR, R. ESCLASSAN, C. RIGNON-BRET. Decision making for residual palatoalveolar cleft defects : a new classification. Int J Prosthodont. 2015 Mar-Apr ;28(2):167-8.
* R. ESCLASSAN, D. HADJOUIS, R. DONAT, O. PASSARRIUS, D. MARET, F. et al. “A panorama of tooth wear during the medieval period”. Anthropol Anz. 2015 ;72 (2):185-99.
* M. EL KHOURY, J. BRAGA, J. DUMONCEL, J. NANCY, R. ESCLASSAN, et al. “The human semicircular canals orientation is more similar to the bonobos than to the chimpanzees”. PLoS One. 2014 Apr 7 ;9(4).
* MARET D, PETERS OA, GALIBOURG A, DUMONCEL J, ESCLASSAN R,et al. Comparison of the accuracy of 3-dimensional cone-beam computed tomography and micro-computed tomography reconstructions by using different voxel sizes. J Endod. 2014 Sep ;40(9):1321-6.

International book chapter
4.1 – Speech Disorders (Dysglossia/Nasality/Velopharyngeal)
4.1.5 – Rehabilitation and Prognosis Prosthesis
In : European Manual of Medicine, Volume Phoniatrics (to be published, july 2016)