Stres Analysis around Dental Implant in Human Mandible
AbstractThe stresses around the hole of an implant located in the anterior of a human mandible have been analyzed by using the Finite Elements Method. Three different models, each of which consists of different regions of mandible have been examined. In addition, variations between the implant and apical and coronal sections in different bone tissue have been "included in this study. Sixteen different variations have been obtained. As a result, it has been observed that implants with straight abutments provide safer results than ones with angled abutments. Since the strength values of spongy bone are much lower than those of cortical bone, the stresses can exceed the strength limits in the cases where coronal upper section consist of spongy bone or in the cases where the cortical bone in the upper surface is very thin. So implants with straight abutments should be preferred, particularly in these cases.
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Zor, M.; Aksoy, S. Stres Analysis around Dental Implant in Human Mandible. Math. Comput. Appl. 1998, 3, 83-91.
Zor M, Aksoy S. Stres Analysis around Dental Implant in Human Mandible. Mathematical and Computational Applications. 1998; 3(2):83-91.Chicago/Turabian Style
Zor, Mehmet; Aksoy, Sami. 1998. "Stres Analysis around Dental Implant in Human Mandible." Math. Comput. Appl. 3, no. 2: 83-91.